The Slovenian Supreme Court refuses to grant to a competitor a standing in a procedure reviewing the authority’s decision (Telekom Slovenije / Si.mobil)

On May 22, 2012 the Slovenian Supreme Court (Supreme court) rejected to grant to Si.mobil, the applicant, standing in a judicial proceeding reviewing the Slovenian competition authority’s (authority) decision in the case against Telekom Slovenije d.d. (previously Mobitel d.d., a subsidiary and separate legal entity of Telekom Slovenije d.d., now fully integrated in the Telekom Group). Telekom Slovenije d.d., the plaintiff, started a legal action against the authority’s decision issued in the February 2012 [1]. The decision found that the plaintiff abused its dominant position in the mobile telecommunication market, by offering from November 2008 to July 2010 a cell phone plan “Itak Džabest” at unfair

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  • Criterion Economics (Washington)

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Urska Petrovcic, The Slovenian Supreme Court refuses to grant to a competitor a standing in a procedure reviewing the authority’s decision (Telekom Slovenije / Si.mobil), 22 May 2012, e-Competitions Bulletin May 2012, Art. N° 47984

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