The Competition Authority of Bosnia & Herzegovina addresses anti-competitive regulations on the taxi market of one of the cantons (Ministry of Transport of the Sarajevo Canton and Assembly of the Sarajevo Canton)

On 14 June 2011 the Competition Authority of Bosnia & Herzegovina (KV) [1] established that the Assembly of Sarajevo canton [2] and the Ministry of Transport of Sarajevo canton [3] by adopting a series of sector-specific regulations have restricted competition on the market for taxi services on the territory of that canton. During its investigation commenced in January 2010 [4] the KV analyzed the Assembly’s 2004 Decision on taxi transport in Sarajevo canton. The Decision provided that once the taxi operator has satisfied certain mandatory technical conditions laid down in the legislation of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, it is issued special markings applied on the taxi cabs and adheres to the standard agreement for the usage of taxi terminals developed by the

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Alexandr Svetlicinii, The Competition Authority of Bosnia & Herzegovina addresses anti-competitive regulations on the taxi market of one of the cantons (Ministry of Transport of the Sarajevo Canton and Assembly of the Sarajevo Canton), 14 June 2011, e-Competitions June 2011, Art. N° 39258

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