The Croatian High Administrative Court confirms the decision of Competition Agency on illegal price fixing agreement in the residential management services market (Stano-uprava)

The High Administrative Court of the Republic of Croatia adopted on 13 December 2012 a judgment confirming the legality of a decision of the Croatian Competition Agency finding an illegal price fixing agreement between seven providers of residential management services in the city of Split and the neighbouring towns (Kaštela, Trogir, Solin, municipality of Dugi Rat). [1] In its decision the Competition Agency found that the above mentioned providers concluded an illegal price fixing agreement by explicitly agreeing on a price increase as of 1 January 2008 after their meeting in Split in December 2007. The Agency also annulled the above mentioned illegal agreement. Four providers (Stano-uprava d.o.o., Novi dani d.o.o., Dub-inženjering d.o.o., Tehnoplast d.o.o.) appealed against the

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Jasminka Pecotic Kaufman, The Croatian High Administrative Court confirms the decision of Competition Agency on illegal price fixing agreement in the residential management services market (Stano-uprava), 13 December 2012, e-Competitions December 2012, Art. N° 57715

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