The Czech Competition Authority declares that the refusal of access to a bus station to competing bus line operators does not amount to an abuse of dominant position (CAS-Service)

In a decision rendered on 25 November, 2005, the Czech Office for the Protection of Competition concluded that CAS-SERVICE a.s. (“CAS”), the operator of the bus station in the Southern Moravian city of Znojmo, had not abused of its dominant position on the market of services offered to bus line operators in Znojmo by refusing to grant access to its bus station to other bus line operators. The Office therefore stopped the proceedings. Since this is the third decision rendered by the Office with respect to the Znojmo bus station, it seems necessary to summarise the past developments of the case. The proceedings were initiated in October 2003 on the basis of a complaint by the Regional Authority of the region of Southern Moravia. According to the complaint, CAS, who was at the time

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  • Wolf Theiss (Prague)
  • Czech Ministry of Justice (Prague)

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Robert Pelikán, Jan Převrátil, The Czech Competition Authority declares that the refusal of access to a bus station to competing bus line operators does not amount to an abuse of dominant position (CAS-Service), 25 novembre 2005, e-Competitions November 2005, Art. N° 534

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