The Bulgarian Competition Authority adopts conclusions from fuel sector inquiry and opens proceedings against four undertakings (Lukoil Bulgaria / OMV Bulgaria / Nafteks Petrol / Rompetrol Bulgaria)

Bulgaria: The CPC adopts Conclusions from Fuel Sector Inquiry and opens Proceedings against four Undertakings* Following a sharp increase in the price of fuel purchased by final consumers, in March 2011, the Commission on Protection of Competition (CPC) initiated a sector inquiry into the market for production and supply of motor gasoline and diesel motor fuel. Subsequently, following its inquiry, the CPC adopted on 27 July 2011 the findings that, through its sole distributor (a subsidiary) – “Lukoil Bulgaria” EOOD, the national fuel producer is a leader on both the wholesale and

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European Competition Network Brief, The Bulgarian Competition Authority adopts conclusions from fuel sector inquiry and opens proceedings against four undertakings (Lukoil Bulgaria / OMV Bulgaria / Nafteks Petrol / Rompetrol Bulgaria), 27 July 2011, e-Competitions July 2011, Art. N° 40553

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