Eleana Spyris

Neocleous (Nicosia)
Lawyer

ELEANA SPYRIS was born in Australia. In 2002 Eleana graduated in Law from the University of Sheffield and she completed her LL.M in International Law from the University of Bristol in 2005. She was admitted to the Cyprus Bar in 2006.

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Neocleous (Nicosia)

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3454 Bulletin

Efrosini Monou, Eleana Spyris The Cyprus Competition Committee holds that unilateral termination of relationships leaving the other party with no equal alternative business supplier amounts to abusive exploitation of a dependent relationship (Andros Kiosk / Fereos)

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The Competition Committee unanimously concluded that Fereos one sidedly terminated its relationship with Andros Kios arbitrarily and unduly, which made it impossible for Andros Kios to find an equal alternative business supplier, and created irreparable damage as Andros Kios relied on the (...)

Eleana Spyris The Cyprus Competition Commission holds that the Department of State Purchases and Supplies does not hold a dominant position given that its market share does not allow it to act independently from its competitors (Klinete)

635

In this case, the Competition Commission decided that the Department of State Purchases and Supplies did not maintain a dominant position given that its market share did not allow it to act independently from its competitors in the market for the supply of plastic rubbish bins of a capacity of (...)

Efrosini Monou, Eleana Spyris The Cyprus Competition Commission holds abusive the termination of a business relationship having for consequence the cessation of business and market exit (Athanasis Olympou / Pafos Cooperative)

737

The Competition Commission held that the actions of the Paphos Cooperative Society of Cattle Breeders, that is the termination of the business relationship they maintained with the complainants, significantly affected competition, as it constitutes a breach of section 6(2) of the law. The (...)

Efrosini Monou, Eleana Spyris The Cyprus Commission for the Protection of Competition holds that the lowering of prices for international calls by the incumbent does not constitute price squeeze (Areeba / ATHK)

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The Competition Commission concluded that the lowering of prices for international calls by CYTA (the telecommunications authority in Cyprus with a dominant position in the market) did not constitute price squeezing or restriction of profit margin to the detriment of CYTA’s competitor Areeba for (...)

Eleana Spyris The Cyprus Competition Commission holds that the incumbent airways operator does not abuse of its dominant position while providing visa services with airplane tickets (Yiannas Euripidou / Cyprus Airways)

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Yianna Euripidou filed a complaint to the Cyprus Competition Commission as a consumer. She had visited Dubai by buying a ticket and VISA through the Cyprus Airways airline. The Visa was charged at the amount of $82. Mrs. Euripidou claimed that Cyprus Airways is taking advantage of their (...)

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