The Finnish Competition Authority releases a report concerning the lack of uniformity among authorities in licensing and supervision practices

FCCA: Lack of uniformity in licensing and supervision practices hurt the ability of companies to operate on the market* The lack of uniformity among authorities in licensing and supervision practices make it more difficult for companies to enter the field and expand their operations, according to a report released on 25 April 2014 by the Finnish Competition and Consumer Authority. Uncertainty in the interpretation of rules does not encourage investment, enterprise, or the creation of something new. Non-uniform practices also distort competition conditions, weakening the possibilities of

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Finnish Competition Authority, The Finnish Competition Authority releases a report concerning the lack of uniformity among authorities in licensing and supervision practices, 25 April 2014, e-Competitions Bulletin April 2014, Art. N° 65920

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