The Cypriot Competition Authority rejects complaint filed by licensee of large shopping mall alleging abuse of economic dependence and discriminatory practices (Tiffany Investments)

1. Background In its decision dated 19/3/2013 the Cypriot Commission for the Protection of Competition (the “CPC”) decided to reject a complaint which was filed by a shopping mall licensee (the “complainant”) against the two companies which respectively own and manage a large shopping mall located in Limassol, Cyprus. The complainant company, that at the material time entered into a License Agreement to rent shop space in the said shopping mall, alleged a violation of sections 3 (1) (b) and (d) and 6 (2) of the Cypriot Law on the Protection of Competition (The Law), prohibiting on the one hand, anticompetitive agreements that limit supply as well as agreements that amount to the application of dissimilar conditions to equivalent transactions and on the other hand, abuses of relationships

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Polyvios Panayides, The Cypriot Competition Authority rejects complaint filed by licensee of large shopping mall alleging abuse of economic dependence and discriminatory practices (Tiffany Investments), 19 March 2013, e-Competitions Bulletin March 2013, Art. N° 57711

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