The Cyprus Commission for the Protection of Competition rejects allegations of abuse of dominance regarding an exclusive dealing agreement for the supply of hairdressing salon products (Angela Antoniadou / A.J. Vouros)

Introduction On 30 November 2018, the Cyprus Commission for the Protection of Competition (the Commission) rejected a cοmplaint for infringement of Section 6 of the Protection of Competition Law (Law 13(I)/2008), as amended (the Law). The aforementioned alleged infringement was based on the imposition on a hairdresser salon of exclusive dealing obligations in relation to products provided by the supplier with whom the salon had signed a cooperation agreement. The undertakings involved The complainant, Mrs. Angela Antoniadou, has been a hairdresser and since April 2014 is running her hairdressing salon in Paphos under the name OMBRE HAIR STUDIO BY ANGELA ANTONIADOU. At the beginning of the business, Mrs. Antoniadou signed a cooperation agreement with the company A.J. Vouros for the

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Panagiotis Tsangaris, The Cyprus Commission for the Protection of Competition rejects allegations of abuse of dominance regarding an exclusive dealing agreement for the supply of hairdressing salon products (Angela Antoniadou / A.J. Vouros), 30 November 2018, e-Competitions Bulletin November 2018, Art. N° 91355

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