The Danish Competition Authority completes a competition analysis of the grocery market (Danish Grocery Market))

Denmark: Analysis of Danish Grocery Market* In June 2011, the Danish Competition and Consumer Authority (DCCA) completed a competition analysis of the Danish Grocery market. The objective of this exercise was to study the competition among the retailers and the suppliers in the Danish grocery market and to see if the dominant suppliers used their dominant position to restrict their competitors’ actions. The analysis showed that the existing players (both among the retailers and the suppliers) on the grocery market in Denmark actively compete for consumers. The analysis didn’t either uncover any signs of suppliers abusing their dominant position to oust their competitors. Regulatory barriers, particularly the Planning Act

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European Competition Network Brief, The Danish Competition Authority completes a competition analysis of the grocery market (Danish Grocery Market)), 31 May 2011, e-Competitions June 2011, Art. N° 44661

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