Tomasz Chróstny (Polish Competition Authority) : An interview on challenges awaiting competition and consumer protection authority

Interview conducted by Joanna Affre, Founder and Managing Partner, Affre i Wspólnicy, Warsaw.

At the beginning of 2020, you were appointed President of the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection—that is, the Polish antitrust authority (“UOKiK”). We would like to introduce you to the readers of Concurrences. Please say a few words about yourself—under what circumstances did you become the head of the Polish antitrust authority, and where did your interest in competition law come from ? I have been heading the Office since January 2020, having previously served as its vice president. My experience in the field of public administration prior to joining the UOKiK includes heading the Department of Economic Analysis at the predecessor of today’s Ministry of Development and Technology, and working for the Chancellery of the Prime Minister, where I was primarily responsible for

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