Focus Antitrust - 4 October 2017
In The News
European Commission fines Lithuanian Railways €28 million for abusing dominant position on rail freight market
The European Commission has fined Lithuanian Railways €28 million for abuse of a dominant position by hindering competition on the rail freight market, through removing a rail track connecting Lithuania and Latvia. Click here.
- The CMA has found that the proposed purchase of Tesco Opticians by Vision Express could lead to competition concerns in three local areas. The parties now have the opportunity to offer undertakings in lieu of a reference. Click here.
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