The Maltese Competition Authority extends interim measures to suspend restrictive practices likely to cause serious, immediate and irreparable prejudice to competition (Melita Cable)

Following the decision of the Commission for Fair Trading (hereinafter referred to as the ‘Commission') dated 19 May 2006 [1], and in terms of Article 15(7) of Maltese Competition Act [2], the Director of the Office for Fair Trading (hereinafter referred to as ‘Director') and a competitor (Multiplus Limited) requested the Commission to extend the applicability of interim measures issued against Melita Cable plc (dominant telecommunications service provider) set to prevent restrictive practices allegedly practised by this dominant

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Phyllis Aquilina, The Maltese Competition Authority extends interim measures to suspend restrictive practices likely to cause serious, immediate and irreparable prejudice to competition (Melita Cable), 30 June 2008, e-Competitions Interim measures, Art. N° 20503

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