The Bosnian & Herzegovinian Competition Authority interprets the rules on mandatory notification of concentrations and reveals an inconsistency between the competition act and the merger regulation (Schoenherr)

On 29 September 2011 the Competition Authority of Bosnia & Herzegovina (KV) [1] issued an opinion in relation to the application of merger notification thresholds in cases involving foreign companies with or without presence on the domestic market. The KV’s opinion was prompted by the request for clarification submitted by the Serbian office of Schoenherr - Moravčević Vojnović Zdravković OAD. Under the B&H Competition Act [2] the parties should notify their concentration if the following turnover thresholds are met: (a) the joint aggregate worldwide turnover of the merging parties reaches BAM 100.000.000 (approx. € 50.000.000); and (b) the aggregate domestic turnover of each of at least two merging

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Alexandr Svetlicinii, The Bosnian & Herzegovinian Competition Authority interprets the rules on mandatory notification of concentrations and reveals an inconsistency between the competition act and the merger regulation (Schoenherr), 29 September 2011, e-Competitions Foreign Investment, Art. N° 39647

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