The Croatian Competition Authority concludes that a dominant company did not engage in predatory conduct and therefore did not abuse of its dominance in the postal services market (Hrvatska pošta)

Hrvatska pošta was not engaged in predatory conduct and therefore did not abuse its dominant position* The Croatian Competition Agency (CCA) found that Hrvatska pošta (HP) did not distort competition in the provision of postal services concerning items of correspondence (so called universal service postal packet) in Croatia. In the course of the proceeding the CCA did not find evidence that after 1 January 2013, the point of the full liberalization of the provision of postal packets service in Croatia, HP implemented predatory pricing policy with the exclusionary abuse objective or anticompetitive foreclosure, in other words, there was no evidence that it was engaged in a predatory conduct with the objective of excluding the existing competitors from the relevant market and deterring

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Croatian Competition Authority, The Croatian Competition Authority concludes that a dominant company did not engage in predatory conduct and therefore did not abuse of its dominance in the postal services market (Hrvatska pošta), 9 December 2015, e-Competitions Bulletin December 2015, Art. N° 77010

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