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