The Cypriot Competition Authority punished two undertakings for refusal to supply newspapers (Hellenic / Kronos)

On 1 March 2005 the Cypriot Commission for the Protection of Competition unanimously decided in a rather small scale case that two press distribution agencies, Hellenic and Kronos, had abused their dominant position in the market for the distribution of newspapers and magazines. The abuse was deemed to entail a practice on the part of Hellenic and Kronos involving the grant of different percentages of commission on sales to their customers. Exacerbating this abuse were two other practices involving a refusal to supply newspapers and magazines and requiring different customers to pay

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David Henry, The Cypriot Competition Authority punished two undertakings for refusal to supply newspapers (Hellenic / Kronos), 1 March 2005, e-Competitions March 2005, Art. N° 133

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