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Friday, April 8, 2016

The Objectives of Competition Law and the Effective Conduct of the Infringement Proceedings: Judgments of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina in BH Telecom and Telekomunikacije RS. Case Comment to the Judgments of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina No. S

Alexandr Svetlicinii, University of Macau - Faculty of Law analyzes The Objectives of Competition Law and the Effective Conduct of the Infringement Proceedings: Judgments of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina in BH Telecom and Telekomunikacije RS. Case Comment to the Judgments of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina No. S.

ABSTRACT: On 16 February 2010 the Competition Authority of Bosnia and Herzegovina (KV) initiated an investigation into the potential margin squeeze and discriminatory practices applied by the incumbent telecom operator BH Telecom. The investigation was prompted by the complaint submitted by an independent telecom operator Akt. online, which claimed that BH Telecom abused its dominant position by obstructing access to the fixed line network and applying discriminatory pricing on call termination services to the domestic providers.

 

 

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