The Maltese Competition Authority stops investigation on alleged abuse of dominant position ruling that the agent was economically integrated with its principal and formed a single economic entity (GRTU)

The purpose of competition law is to enhance consumer welfare: the most obvious infringement of the law is a horizontal agreement whereby the members of a cartel impose higher prices on their customers. However, many cases do not fit this fact pattern: often one of the parties to

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  • King’s College (London)
  • Superior Courts of Malta (Valletta)

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Richard Whish, Silvio Meli, The Maltese Competition Authority stops investigation on alleged abuse of dominant position ruling that the agent was economically integrated with its principal and formed a single economic entity (GRTU), 31 July 1997, e-Competitions July 1997, Art. N° 15709

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