The Competition Authority of Bosnia & Herzegovina prosecutes the regional government for public procurement infringements that resulted in restriction of competition in the transports market (Centrotrans-Eurolines)

On 18 April 2012 the Competition Authority of Bosnia and Herzegovina (KV) [1] established that public procurement infringements by the Sarajevo cantonal Ministry of Education, Science and Youth (the Ministry) resulted in restriction of competition on the passenger transport market. The KV found that by concluding the agreements with local administrations granting to the cantonal public undertaking KJKP Gradski Saobraćaj d.o.o. (GRAS) the exclusive right to supply subsidized transport services for the local school children the Ministry entered into an anti-competitive agreement prohibited under the national equivalent of Article 101 TFEU. The KV’s investigation has been prompted by the complaint of the private bus operator Centrotrans-Eurolines d.d.(Centrotrans) who informed the

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Alexandr Svetlicinii, The Competition Authority of Bosnia & Herzegovina prosecutes the regional government for public procurement infringements that resulted in restriction of competition in the transports market (Centrotrans-Eurolines), 18 April 2012, e-Competitions April 2012, Art. N° 45896

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