The Commission for Protection of Competition adopted guidelines for the companies in order to harmonize their internal documents with relevant competition rules.
The main purpose of these guidelines is to help market participants in drafting their internal documents to be in compliance with competition regulations. Thus, the Commission provided basic guidelines on how to develop a business compliance program, how to conduct self-assessment of company risk, how to educate employees in this respect, what are the specific risks in business and how to identify them, and gave practical recommendations on what is desirable/undesirable behavior among market participants in terms of protection of competition in the market.
See the full text of the guidelines on the website of the Commission for Protection of Competition https://www.kzk.gov.rs/kzk/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/Smernice-za-izradu-programa-uskladjenosti-poslovanja-sa-propisima-o-za%C5%A1titi-konkurencije.pdf
At the beginning of November 2022, the Serbian Competition Authority initiated several ex officio investigations against different market participants.
The Commission for the Protection of Competition initiated proceedings for investigating a violation of competition ex officio against companies Apcom CE Kereskedelmi Korlátolt Felelősségű Társaság from Hungary and APCOM DISTRIBUTION PREDUZEĆA ZA TRGOVINU I USLUGE D.O.O., BEOGRAD in order to determine existence of violation of competition from Article 10 of the Law on Protection of Competition.
The Commission for Protection of Competition (the Commission) has conducted an unannounced investigation and initiated an ex officio investigation into the violation of competition against the company Polet-keramika Novi Bečej, in order to determine the existence of a restrictive agreement under the Article 10 of the Law on Protection of Competition in the wholesale market […]