The Cypriot Commission for Protection of Competition imposes fines for abuse of dominance as a result of predatory pricing regarding the supply of barley for forage use (Cyprus Grain Commission)

The Commission for the Protection of Competition (CPC) decided to impose a fine on Cyprus Grain Commission amounting to €148.450 regarding the infringement of Section (6)(1)(a) of the protection of Competition law (L.13(I)/2008) in relation to the examination of a complaint filed by AGS Agrotrading Ltd against the Cyprus Grain Commission* Following the completion of the hearing process, and after taking into consideration the concerned parties’ written submissions, the CPC evaluated all the evidence before it and unanimously decided at its meeting convened on 29 March 2013, that the Cyprus Grain Commission infringed Section 6(1)(a) of the Protection of Competition

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  • Commission for the Protection of Competition of the Republic of Cyprus (Nycosia)

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Costakis Christoforou, The Cypriot Commission for Protection of Competition imposes fines for abuse of dominance as a result of predatory pricing regarding the supply of barley for forage use (Cyprus Grain Commission), 15 April 2013, e-Competitions Bulletin April 2013, Art. N° 56993

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