The Bulgarian Commission for Protection of Competition imposes its second sanction for abuse of superior bargaining power (Kaufland)

Bulgarian Commission for Protection of Competition imposed a second sanction for abuse of superior bargaining power* After the Bulgarian Commission for Protection of Competition (CPC) imposed a sanction on Siemens EOOD for abuse of superior bargaining position in May 2016, at the end of the year the regulating authority imposed a second sanction under the controversial provision introduced in 2015. The sanctioned undertaking is Kaufland Bulgaria EOOD & CO KD (Kaufland) and the proceedings were initiated by

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  • Dimitrov, Petrov & Co (Sofia)
  • Dimitrov, Petrov & Co (Sofia)

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Zoya Todorova, Radina Tomanova, The Bulgarian Commission for Protection of Competition imposes its second sanction for abuse of superior bargaining power (Kaufland), 20 December 2016, e-Competitions Bulletin December 2016, Art. N° 82712

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