The Serbian Parliament adopts amendments to the law on protection of competition

This article provides a brief overview of the most important amendments to the Serbian Competition Law adopted in November 2013 by the Serbian Parliament. Change to the definition of “dominant position” For the purpose of sanctioning abuses of dominant position, a new definition of “dominant position” has been adopted in an attempt to further align the relevant rules with EU legislation and case law. Accordingly, the “dominant position of an undertaking” is determined on the basis of such undertaking’s market influence and ability to act in the relevant market independently of its actual or potential competitors, buyers, suppliers or consumers. The amendments provide a non-exhaustive list of indicators which should be examined by the Competition Authority in order

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Mirko Lalatovic, The Serbian Parliament adopts amendments to the law on protection of competition, 31 October 2013, e-Competitions Bulletin Commitment Decisions, Art. N° 61082

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