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The Montenegrin Competition Authority endorses new powers and takes over State aid control

The Agency for Protection of Competition of Montenegro (“Agency“) has just published its 2016 Report, providing us with a detailed account of its activities in the previous year. The report is especially interesting for its pronounced criticism of the current competition law enforcement system in Montenegro, as well as for its announcement of a new competition protection legislation. Current enforcement system does not work Even though the Agency has consistently complained of the difficulties in enforcement of its decisions, in its 2016 Report, it spells out for the first time that the established legislative and institutional framework does not work. This more candid language is certainly a result of intensified pressure exerted by the European Commission on Montenegro when it comes

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Bisera Andrijašević, The Montenegrin Competition Authority endorses new powers and takes over State aid control, 30 April 2017, e-Competitions April 2017, Art. N° 97524

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