The Romanian Competition Authority finds an abuse of dominance on the markets for the delivery of addressed marketing materials and standard correspondence delivery (Romanian Post / Mailers Serv / Infopress)

On 16 December 2010 the Competition Council issued Decision 52/2011 finding that the Romanian National Post Company (“CNPR”) was guilty of an abuse of dominant position through discriminatory practices towards entities that were economically dependent upon it. I. The facts A number of companies, including SC Mailers Serv SRL (“Mailers”), have filed three separate complaints with the Competition Council (6 July 2005, 25 August 2005 and 17 October 2006), regarding a number of alleged abuses on dominant position by CNPR. The alleged abuses included the imposing of unilateral price increases and excessive prices, towards companies that were in a position of economic dependence towards CNPR, and the carrying out of discriminatory practices, applying dissimilar conditions to equivalent

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Adrian Ster, The Romanian Competition Authority finds an abuse of dominance on the markets for the delivery of addressed marketing materials and standard correspondence delivery (Romanian Post / Mailers Serv / Infopress), 16 December 2010, e-Competitions December 2010, Art. N° 35303

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