The Lithuanian Competition Authority confirms its earlier decision that the postal incumbent has abused its dominant position in the reserved postal services market (Lithuanian Post)

On 27 September 2007, the Competition Council delivered its second Decision in the case of abuse of dominance by the Lithuanian postal services provider Lietuvos paštas (the "Lithuanian Post"). As requested by the Supreme Administrative Court in its Judgment of 22 December 2006, the Competition Council carried out an additional analysis of the definition of the relevant market. However, the Decision of 5 January 2006 to impose a fine of LTL 80,000 (approx. EUR 23,000) for the abuse of a dominant position in breach of Article 9 of the Law on Competition remained unaltered. In its Decision of 5 January 2006, the Competition Council established that the Lithuanian Post participated in a tender to provide services of printing, folding, enveloping and delivering invoices to the customers of

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