The Danish Competition Council issues its recommendations on how to avoid public commercial activities distorting competition with private businesses on commercial markets

The Competition Council: Tighten up regulation for public players on commercial markets* The Danish Competition Council publishes recommendations on how to avoid public commercial activities distorting competition with private businesses on commercial markets. On May 26th 2016 the Danish Competition Council publishes an analysis of public activities on commercial markets. The purpose of the analysis is to examine public sector activities in commercial markets and to assess whether existing regulation is sufficient to ensure that public sector commercial activities do not unnecessarily distort competition. The main focus of this analysis is on revenue-funded activities which may

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Danish Competition Authority, The Danish Competition Council issues its recommendations on how to avoid public commercial activities distorting competition with private businesses on commercial markets, 26 May 2016, e-Competitions May 2016, Art. N° 79885

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