Vogel Global
Competition Newsletter


The network publishes a quaterly newsletter in which members provide updates on current topics in the field.

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No 2 – October 2019

Finland – Finland must recover over EUR 50 million in incompatible

Hungary – Assessment of RPM remains formalistic in the approach of

Malta – Amendments to the Competition Act aim to restore public enforcement of competition law back on its feet

Romania –Cement sector in Romania under the scrutiny of the competition authority

Singapore –Singapore’s competition regulator gains new consumer protection mandate and other significant competition and consumer law developments in Singapore

Switzerland – In May 2013, the Swiss Competition Authority rendered a decision condemning thirteen distributors (several of them being Swiss daughter companies of French publishers) of French books in Switzerland from preventing direct sales from France to Switzerland

United Kingdom – Regulation of harmful content online

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No 1 – Avril 2019

Argentina – Argentina brings in new and guidelines for competition enforcement

Czech Republic – Problems persist with the Act of Significant Market Power

Greece – Decision on the public works cartel case – entities that did not submit to the settlement procedure

Poland – The Polish Competition Authority gains new powers to impose fines on managers

United Kingdom – The CMA targets the UK construction industry

Ukraine – Ukrainian Competition Authority explains vertical exemption in pharma

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No 2 – December 2018

Australia – New prohibition against concerted practices

Denmark – The Danish Competition Council’s decision on industry standard setting

Estonia – The Estonian Competition Authority – a shift towards stricter merger control?

Lithuania – Improving merger control in Lithuania

Polynesia – French Polynesia establishes competition framework

Romania – Romanian Competition Council sanctions private medical hospitals and stem cells banks for anticompetitive agreements

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No 1 – March 2018

Croatia – Prohibition of unfair trading practices in the food supply chain

Denmark – Danish competition rules become more reflective of EU law

No 3 – November 2017

Belarus – Upgrading the Belarusian anti-monopoly regulation

China – How to assess ‘control’ under MOFCOM’s latest draft of measures for reviewing notification of concentrations

No 2 – July 2017

Chile – Legislative amendments to the Chilean competition defense system

Denmark – New Danish Marketing Practices Act

No 1 – March 2017

Cyprus – Combating cartels – the leniency program in Cyprus by Charis Papachristodoulou

Greece – Procedural modernization of Greek competition law – new settlement procedure for cartel investigations by Tania Patsalia