The Cypriot Competition Authority carries out an extensive analysis and finds no abuse of dominance in the national marketing and wholesale distribution market for eyewear and sunglasses (E.C. Kyrillou Eyecare / D.S. Demetriou Enterprises)

Introduction On 16 of June 2020, the Cyprus Commission for the Protection of Competition (the “Commission”) delivered a decision concerning a complaint filed by E.C. Kyrillou Eyecare Ltd against and D.S. Demetriou Enterprises Limited, in relation to an alleged infringement of Article 3 and Article 6 of the Competition Protection Laws of 2008 and 2014 (the “Law”) which prohibits practices that prevent, restrict or distort competition within the Republic of Cyprus and the abuse of a dominant position or relationship of economic independence. To this effect, the Commission unanimously decided that there was no infringement by Redex Ltd and D.S. Demetriou Enterprises Ltd of Article 3 and Article 6 of the Law for reasons explained herein. The undertakings involved The complainant, E.C.

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Ramona Livera, Demetris Gregoriou, Aylin Zeybek, The Cypriot Competition Authority carries out an extensive analysis and finds no abuse of dominance in the national marketing and wholesale distribution market for eyewear and sunglasses (E.C. Kyrillou Eyecare / D.S. Demetriou Enterprises), 16 June 2020, e-Competitions June 2020, Art. N° 101957

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