The Croatian Competition Authority grants an individual exemption in relation to non-compete obligation contained in a settlement agreement (Intereuropa sajam međunarodno otpremništvo / UPS Worldwide Forwarding)

On 16 December 2010 the Croatian Competition Authority (AZTN) [1] granted an individual exemption in relation to a non-compete obligation contained in a settlement agreement between international courier services providers Intereuropa sajam međunarodno otpremništvo d.o.o.(Intereuropa) and UPS Worldwide Forwarding Inc.(UPS). In 2003 Intereuropa and UPS concluded the Service Agreement (import and export) and the Trademark License Agreement. Under the specified agreements Intereuropa was acting as an agent of UPS in Croatia providing international courier services in its own name and on its own account using UPS’s brand and know-how. In April 2009, following the request of UPS, Intereuropa transferred its non-exclusive license together

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Alexandr Svetlicinii, The Croatian Competition Authority grants an individual exemption in relation to non-compete obligation contained in a settlement agreement (Intereuropa sajam međunarodno otpremništvo / UPS Worldwide Forwarding), 16 December 2010, e-Competitions Franchising, Art. N° 36987

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