The Slovenian Supreme Court upholds the Competition Authority’s decision finding that driving schools fixed minimum prices (Driving Schools)

Introduction In the Driving School case, the Slovenian Competition Protection Office (hereinafter referred to as the CP0) adopted a decision in April 2011 (Case 306-13/2010/27) where it held that the five driving schools in the Kranj region (i.e. Avtošola Stop d.o.o., Praktikum d.o.o., Avtošola ing. Emil Humar d.o.o., B&B d.o.o., Avtošola Ekspert d.o.o. and Avto šola Maksi d.o.o.) (hereinafter referred to as the undertakings) by agreeing to fix minimum prices for the provision of category B motor vehicle driving lessons and road traffic regulation courses, had violated Article 6 of the Slovenian Prevention of the Restriction of Competition Act (hereinafter referred to as PRCA-1). The meeting, which in line with the reasoning of the CPO constituted an agreement between undertakings

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Andrej Fatur, The Slovenian Supreme Court upholds the Competition Authority’s decision finding that driving schools fixed minimum prices (Driving Schools), 11 June 2013, e-Competitions June 2013, Art. N° 96242

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