The Danish Competition Authority finds a company abused its dominance in the market for rental of portable toilets to events by applying a standard exclusivity obligation to customers on long-term rental agreements (Godik)

Godik has abused its dominant position on the Danish market for rental of portable toilets to events by applying a standard exclusivity obligation to customers on long-term rental agreements* On 29 April 2020, the Danish Competition Council (“the DCC”) adopted a decision concerning Godik’s (a supplier renting out equipment to events) abuse of dominant position by

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Danish Competition Authority, The Danish Competition Authority finds a company abused its dominance in the market for rental of portable toilets to events by applying a standard exclusivity obligation to customers on long-term rental agreements (Godik), 30 April 2020, e-Competitions April 2020, Art. N° 95010

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