On 1 November 2009 the Serbian Competition Authority (KZK)  began to apply the new Law on Protection of Competition . As a result of the substantial changes and introduction of new legal institutes, Serbian legislator entrusted the Government with the task of adopting new secondary regulations, which would replace those applied by the KZK under the old law . Until the adoption of the new law KZK managed two develop only two secondary regulations: Merger Regulation  and Guidelines on Market Definition . The KZK initiated the development of the Block Exemption Regulation, but it still has to be adopted by the Government . Based on the two adopted regulations (Merger Regulation and Guidelines on Market Definition) Serbian Government  on 29 October 2009 adopted their
The Serbian Government adopts new merger regulation and new guidelines for the definition of the relevant market
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