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The Portuguese Competition Authority condemns a professional association for anticompetitive practices in the training market (Order of Certified Accountants)

The Portuguese Competition Authority (PCA) has found that the Order of Certified Accountants (OCA or OTOC, in Portuguese), formerly named Chamber of Certified Accountants (until Decree-Law 310/2009) has breached articles 101 and 102 TFEU, and their national equivalents (articles 4 and 6 of the Portuguese Competition Law, Law 18/2003 - Law 18/2003, of June 11 , hereinafter “PCL”), through restrictive practices in the market of mandatory training for certified accountants (see press release no. 6/2010 (and respective Q&A), so far

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Miguel Gorjão-Henriques, Miguel Sousa Ferro, The Portuguese Competition Authority condemns a professional association for anticompetitive practices in the training market (Order of Certified Accountants), 18 May 2010, e-Competitions Associations of undertakings, Art. N° 31472

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