The Bosnian Competition Authority finds abuse of a collective dominant positions in the market of fast money transfer services (Western Union)

On 6 November 2012 the Competition Authority of Bosnia & Herzegovina (KV) [1] found that four Western Union agents have abused their collective dominant position on the market for fast money transfer services by including the exclusivity clauses in their cooperation agreements with the banks and postal services companies. The KV’s investigation was prompted by a complaint lodged by the competing provider of fast money transfer services MoneyGram in 2011. The KV established that starting from 1998 Western Union concluded a series of agency agreements with UniCredit bank d.d., Raiffeisen Bank d.d., Turkish Ziraat Bank Bosnia d.d.andTenfore d.o.o. concerning the

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Alexandr Svetlicinii, The Bosnian Competition Authority finds abuse of a collective dominant positions in the market of fast money transfer services (Western Union), 6 November 2012, e-Competitions November 2012, Art. N° 50536

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