The Croatian Competition Authority finds no abuse of market power from a dominant company in the food supply sector (Zagrebačka pivovara)

Lack of standing to act against Zagrebačka pivovara* On 1 June 2018 the Croatian Competition Agency (CCA) received an anonymous complaint regarding the alleged anti-competitive practices of Zagrebačka pivovara in the sense of abuse of the dominant position in the market, including the allegedly unfair trading provisions contained in the business agreements with its retailers that constitute entry barriers for the competing undertakings and hamper their positioning in the market. Following the above-mentioned allegations, the CCA requested from Zagrebačka pivovara a detailed statement about the matter concerned and the relevant documentation that regulates the business deals between Zagrebačka pivovara and its ten biggest buyers – retailers in Croatia. The CCA analysed the provisions

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Croatian Competition Authority, The Croatian Competition Authority finds no abuse of market power from a dominant company in the food supply sector (Zagrebačka pivovara), 26 March 2019, e-Competitions Bulletin March 2019, Art. N° 89867

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