The Cypriot Supreme Court annuls on procedural grounds the Competition Authority’s decision having fined € 3.8 M the telecommunications incumbent for abusive roaming prices in the mobile telecommunications market (Areeba)

In Case n° 634/2006, Areeba Ltd v. Commission for the Protection of Competition, the Supreme Court of Cyprus, in exercising its exclusive jurisdiction to review any decision, act or omission of any person, organ or authority exercising executive or administrative authority [1], annulled a Decision [2] of the Commission for the Protection of Competition (“the CPC”) delivered on 20 January 2006 (on this case see: Antigoni Lykotrafiti, The Cyprus Competition Authority fines the telecommunications incumbent € 3.8 millions for abusive conduct in the mobile telephony market (Areeba/CYTA), 20 January 2006, e-Competitions, n°13610, www.concurrences.com. Areeba Ltd (“Areeba”) is a mobile communications company operating in Cyprus. The Cyprus Telecommunications Authority (“CYTA”) is the public

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Anastasios A. Antoniou, The Cypriot Supreme Court annuls on procedural grounds the Competition Authority’s decision having fined € 3.8 M the telecommunications incumbent for abusive roaming prices in the mobile telecommunications market (Areeba), 8 February 2008, e-Competitions February 2008, Art. N° 20124

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