On 2 October 2009 Serbian Competition Authority (KZK)  established existence of an anticompetitive agreement concluded by several bus companies for the purpose of limiting competition on regular bus routes between Serbia and Germany. Specified agreement labeled “Pool T-488” was concluded between Panonijabus d.o.o.  (cooperative of three bus operators: Lasta a.d.  , ATP Vojvodina a.d., and Severtrans a.d.) and Nis-Ekspres a.d. . Parties to the agreement were operating regular bus routes connecting Serbia and Germany, competing on the routes from Serbian cities to Berlin, Dortmund and Hamburg. According to the conditions of the “Pool T-488” participating bus companies jointly serviced certain routes  , including
The Serbian Competition Authority annulls an anticompetitive agreement concluded by five bus operators fixing ticket prices on the regular routes between Serbia and Germany (Panonijabus / Lasta / ATP Vojvodina / Severtrans / Nis-Ekspres)
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