The Czech Competition Authority accepts commitments in a case on alleged abuse of dominance by an energy company applying a pricing formula included in a long-term supply agreement (ČEZ)

The Czech Competition Authority ("CCA") accepted in a decision of 20 December 2016 [1] commitments offered by ČEZ, a partly state-owned Czech energy company, due to an alleged abuse of dominant position on the market for purchasing of brown coal. While the CCA refrained from final findings regarding the dominant position and the existence of an abuse, it found that the prices paid for the purchase of brown coal from Sokolovská uhelná

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  • Diwok Hermann Petsche (Baker McKenzie Vienna)

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Katerina Schenkova, The Czech Competition Authority accepts commitments in a case on alleged abuse of dominance by an energy company applying a pricing formula included in a long-term supply agreement (ČEZ), 20 December 2016, e-Competitions Bulletin Commitment Decisions, Art. N° 83847

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