The Supreme Court of Cyprus holds that the Commission for the Protection of Competition doesn’t have to conduct a preliminary investigation for the issue of interim orders (Hellenic Petroleum)

Factual Background The present recourse follows a decision by the Cyprus Commission for the Protection of Competition by which the applicants were ordered, by way of interim order to supply seamlessly with petrol, the petrol station of Antonakis Loizou (interested party to the present proceedings). The interested party had filed a complaint for anti-competitive behaviour on behalf of the applicants in breach of article 6 Law No.207/89 Protection of Competition Law, as well as, a request for the initiation of interim

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Evyenia Epaminondou, The Supreme Court of Cyprus holds that the Commission for the Protection of Competition doesn’t have to conduct a preliminary investigation for the issue of interim orders (Hellenic Petroleum), 22 October 2007, e-Competitions Interim measures, Art. N° 21840

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