The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina quashes the no-infringement of the Competition Authority for the failure to conduct an efficient investigation (Telekomunikacije)

On 12 October 2011 the Competition Authority of Bosnia and Herzegovina (KV) [1] closed its investigation into the alleged abuse of dominant position on the part of the incumbent telecom operator Telekomunikacije RS a.d. [2] The KV‘s investigation was prompted by a complaint lodged by an independent telecom operator Crumb group who claimed that Telekomunikacije RS abused its dominant position by obstructing access to its landline network and applying discriminatory access policy towards independent providers. Crumb group was an independent telecom operator, which has been licensed by the RAK to provide fixed telephony services. Crumb group has approached Telekomunkacije RS with the request to conclude an interconnection agreement. At the first meeting with the incumbent Crumb group was

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Alexandr Svetlicinii, The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina quashes the no-infringement of the Competition Authority for the failure to conduct an efficient investigation (Telekomunikacije), 10 October 2013, e-Competitions Telecom & Dominance, Art. N° 64924

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