The Georgian Parliament adopts amendments to its competition act

Upgrading Georgia’s Competition Legislation – New Obligations and Balancing Benefits for Market Players* Recently, after almost 15 months of discussions, the Parliament of Georgia adopted a comprehensive set of amendments to the Law on Competition (hereinafter – “LC”). Prepared within the framework of the EU-funded technical assistance project “Support to the Georgian Competition Agency”, these amendments are aimed at enhancing the effectiveness of Georgia’s competition framework and thereby fulfilling the obligations under the competition chapter of the EU-Georgia Association Agreement. The above-mentioned amendments and their subsequent specifications in all the major by-laws concerning competition enforcement enter into force in several instalments, between 4 November 2020 and 1 June

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  • University of Oxford - Faculty of Law

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Liana Japaridze, The Georgian Parliament adopts amendments to its competition act, 3 November 2020, e-Competitions November 2020, Art. N° 97959

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