The first judgment of the Commission concerned the price of beer. This case was brought under section 11 of the Competition Act, as originally drafted, under which power existed to regulate the price of 'essential' products. This provision was not without controversy. In a competition-based economy, the market itself should set the price of goods and services: price regulation by the state (or organs of the state) is anathema to the process of
The Maltese Commission for Fair Trading ruled for the first time on the basis of the 1994 Competition Act on the compatibility of the action of the Director of the NCA with notions of EC law and Maltese administrative law (Simonds Farsons Cisk)
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