The Slovenian Competition Authority accepts commitments from a motor vehicles distributor and 20 authorised service shops over misleading information for consumers regarding the warranty of the vehicles (Hyundai)

Introduction On 5 May 2016 the Slovenian Competition Protection Agency (hereinafter referred to as the CPA) adopted a decision that renders legally binding the commitments offered by Hyundai Avto trade d.o.o. (hereinafter referred to as HAT), an authorised distributor of Hyundai motor vehicles in Slovenia, and 20 authorised service shops of Hyundai motor vehicles in Slovenia. The commitments address the CPA’s preliminary competition concerns relating to the alleged infringement of Article 6 of the Slovenian Competition Protection Act and Article 101 of the TFEU. In particular, the company HAT and authorised service shops of Hyundai motor vehicles allegedly concluded agreements on qualitative selective distribution, containing following conditionality: the manufacturer’s warranty for

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Andrej Fatur, The Slovenian Competition Authority accepts commitments from a motor vehicles distributor and 20 authorised service shops over misleading information for consumers regarding the warranty of the vehicles (Hyundai), 5 May 2016, e-Competitions May 2016, Art. N° 86442

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