In 2002 the Hungarian Competition Office (HCO) launched an investigation against National Motorway Ltd. (NA) in order to determine whether NA was in a dominant position in the motorway construction market, and if yes, whether it abused its dominant position when in 2000, it failed to respond to the enquiry of company X regarding the construction of a section of the M3 motorway in Hungary, and in 2001, when it again ignored X's enquiry regarding the renovation of a section of the M7 motorway. NA was established on the basis of a government resolution adopted in 1999 in order to (i) provide institutional background for the development of the motorway network, (ii) take development loans, (iii) utilize budgetary funds, (iv) be responsible for the construction, renovation, maintenance
The Hungarian Competition Authority terminates proceedings in the motorway construction market regarding refusal to conclude a contract (Nemzeti Autópálya Rt.)
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