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The Greek Parliament votes the reform of the competition Act (Law, 2 August 2005)

1. Greek competition law has been formally adopted in 1977 with the aim to preparing the accession of Greece to the European Communities [1]. The Act on the Control of Monopolies and Oligopolies and the Provision of Free Competition 703/1977 (“Competition Act” or “Act”) has since been amended on numerous occasions, the last one being August 2005 in order to align the national antitrust legislation with the provisions of Council Regulation (EC) n° 1/2003, of 16 December 2002, on the implementation of the rules on competition laid down in Articles 81 and 82 of the Treaty (OJEU L 1, 4 January 2003, p. 1-25) [2]. 2. The results of this recent amendment are quibbled. Whilst some of the changes will bring Greek competition law into line with EU law, there are still provisions on a number of

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Ioannis Lianos, The Greek Parliament votes the reform of the competition Act (Law, 2 August 2005), 2 August 2005, e-Competitions August 2005, Art. N° 1392

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