On 2 December 2020, the Commission has passed the Conclusion by which it has initiated ex officio proceedings against market participants Porsche SCG d.o.o. Beograd, Autokomerc d.o.o. Beograd, Autocentar Manik – ACM Preljina, and Bros Auto d.o.o. Niš, in order to investigate the existence of restrictive agreements which limit the competition on the car sales market in the Republic of Serbia.
Namely, the Commission has determined that the agreements for products/vehicles of the „Audi“ brand contain the provision which enables the importer to set resale prices of motor vehicles, and which provision would represent the competition infringement under the Article 10 of the Law on Protection of Competition, i.e. the existence of restrictive agreements. The aforementioned Conclusion states that „such provisions may distort and even eliminate the price competition in retail, i.e. the price competition which could have existed between the car dealers of this brand if they have been able to set resale prices independently“.
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 […]
The Law on the Use of Renewable Energy Sources came into force a year ago. We have analyzed how far we have come in the implementation of the Law, which bylaws the Government has adopted and what is missing for ZOIE to function in full capacity, in cooperation with the Association of OIE Serbia.
The Commission for Protection of Competition adopted guidelines for the companies in order to harmonize their internal documents with relevant competition rules.