Mr Danijel Stevanović

Danijel Stevanović


Competition & Antitrust

Legislative amendments refine competition regime
Serbia | January 23 2014

Amendments to the Competition Act recently entered into force and aim to enhance and refine certain substantive and procedural aspects of Serbia's competition regime, as well as to strengthen the powers and institutional capacity of the Competition Authority. Some of these amendments are expected to have material effects on undertakings whose business is affected by competition law in any way.

Competition Council fines Ministry of Education, Science and Youth
Bosnia and Herzegovina | May 31 2012

The Competition Council of Bosnia and Herzegovina found that agreements concluded between the Ministry of Education, Science and Youth of the Canton of Sarajevo and the municipalities of Vogosca, Ilijas, Ilidza, Novo Sarajevo, Stari Grad, Novi Grad, Trnovo and Hadzici, relating to subsidised student transport services, were in breach of competition rules. As a result, the council imposed a fine of €13,000 on the ministry.

A bitter outcome: Sunoko and Hellenic Sugar merger prohibited
Serbia | May 24 2012

The Competition Authority has failed to approve the proposed concentration between Sunoko and Hellenic Sugar. This decision is particularly important as the proposals demonstrated the depth of investigations conducted by the commission, and provided an insight into the rationale on which the commission based its decision to prohibit the transaction.