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Competition & Antitrust

30 July 2020
Eva Škufca Court slashes Agrokor's gun-jumping fine to €1 million

Slovenia - Schoenherr

A Ljubljana court recently slashed the fine imposed by the Competition Protection Agency (CPA) on Croatian food company Agrokor from €53.9 million to €1 million. Agrokor has confirmed the court's ruling, but intends to file an appeal and challenge the CPA's decision to confiscate its 70% stake in Slovenian food retailer Mercator.

Authors: Eva Škufca, Urša Picelj
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