The Bulgarian Supreme Court dismisses mere price parallelism as a form of concerted practice in the absence of compelling evidence of such (Travel Agencies)

The Bulgarian Supreme Administrative Court (the “SAC”) held that price parallelism in and of itself – absent evidence of coordination – did not constitute an anticompetitive concerted practice. [1] 1. The alleged infringement In a decision of March 2012, the Bulgarian Commission for the Protection of Competition (the “CPC”) established that three travel agencies rigged their bids in a public procurement procedure

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Dessislava Fessenko, The Bulgarian Supreme Court dismisses mere price parallelism as a form of concerted practice in the absence of compelling evidence of such (Travel Agencies), 16 September 2013, e-Competitions September 2013, Art. N° 61110

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