The Czech Competition Authority fines a lignite mining company for implementing anticompetitive agreements containing lignite fuels export bans (SUPN)

Czech Republic: Export Bans of Lignite Fuels are anti-competitive The Office for the Protection of Competition (“the Czech NCA”) adopted on 8 January 2010 a decision finding that Sokolovská uhelná, právní nástupce, a.s. (hereinafter referred to as „SUPN“) had infringed the Czech Competition Act and the EU competition rules. SUPN is one of the three lignite mining companies in the Czech Republic. The Czech NCA imposed a fine of CZK

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European Competition Network Brief, The Czech Competition Authority fines a lignite mining company for implementing anticompetitive agreements containing lignite fuels export bans (SUPN), 8 January 2010, e-Competitions January 2010, Art. N° 33433

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