Icelandic Competition Authority

Icelandic Competition Authority

Icelandic Competition Authority

The Icelandic Competition Authority (Samkeppniseftirlitið) was founded on 1 July 2005, when the Competition Act No. 44/2005 entered into force. By the same Act, the former Icelandic Competition Authority (Samkeppnisstofnun) and Competition Council (Samkeppnisráð) were discontinued. Prior to the entry into force of Act No. 44/2005, the competition authorities in Iceland were also responsible for the supervision of unfair business practices and market transparency. These tasks were assigned to the Consumer Agency pursuant to Act No. 57/2005 on the supervision of unfair trade practices and market transparency.

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Swedish Competition Authority (Stockholm)
Danish Competition and Consumer Authority (Copenhagen)
Norwegian Competition Authority

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Swedish Competition Authority, Danish Competition Authority, Icelandic Competition Authority, Norwegian Competition Authority The Nordic Competition Authorities release joint memorandum on digital platforms and the future of European policy

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Nordic Competition Authorities release joint memorandum on digital platforms and the future of European policy* As a contribution to the debate on competition enforcement in the digital era and future rules for digital platforms, the Nordic competition authorities are today publishing a joint (...)

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