The Serbian Competition Authority proposes substantive amendments to competition law

Various experts in the field of competition legislation recently came together to comment on a draft proposal (“Draft Proposal”) for the first ever amendments to the 2009 Law on Protection of Competition (the “Competition Law”) Although there is general agreement that the Competition Law contained major deficiencies (especially regarding rules of procedure), it is debatable whether the proposed amendments present adequate solutions. This article aims to provide an initial overview of the most notable changes that have been proposed to the Competition Law. However, it should be noted that the Draft Proposal is still subject to extensive debate and is likely to be changed. Amendments to substantive rules Change to the definition of “dominant position” In order to adequately address and

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Mirko Lalatovic, Tijana Arsenijevic, The Serbian Competition Authority proposes substantive amendments to competition law, 17 April 2013, e-Competitions Bulletin April 2013, Art. N° 52712

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