Recent Competition Policy Developments in Hungary – Unfair Commercial Practices, Cartels and Abuse of Dominance

Szilágyi P and Tóth T, ‘Recent competition policy developments in Hungary – unfair commercial practices, cartels and abuse of dominance’ (2013) 6 Yearbook of Antitrust and Regulatory Studies 173

18 Pages Posted: 17 Feb 2014 Last revised: 31 Oct 2014

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Pál Szilágyi

Competition Law Research Centre; Péter Pázmány Catholic University

Tihamer Toth

Peter Pazmany Catholic University - Faculty of Law; Competition Law Research Centre, Hungary

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Date Written: October 1, 2013

Abstract

In this article we introduce the reader to the most important cases in competition law between the beginnings of 2012, until May 2013. Our focus is on either the novelties in the cases or on issues which might be interesting for an international readership due to the recent developments and actual topics of competition policy. We will both show the developments concerning unfair commercial practices and the UCP directive, anticompetitive agreements and abuse of a dominant position.

Keywords: antitrust; Hungary; dominant position; unfair commercial practices; cartels

JEL Classification: antitrust

Suggested Citation

Szilágyi, Pál and Toth, Tihamer, Recent Competition Policy Developments in Hungary – Unfair Commercial Practices, Cartels and Abuse of Dominance (October 1, 2013). Szilágyi P and Tóth T, ‘Recent competition policy developments in Hungary – unfair commercial practices, cartels and abuse of dominance’ (2013) 6 Yearbook of Antitrust and Regulatory Studies 173, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2396786

Pál Szilágyi (Contact Author)

Competition Law Research Centre ( email )

PPKE-JAK
Szentkiralyi u. 28.
Budapest, H-1088
Hungary

HOME PAGE: http://www.versenyjog.com

Péter Pázmány Catholic University ( email )

Szentkirályi u. 28.
Budapest, 1088
Hungary

HOME PAGE: http://www.jak.ppke.hu

Tihamer Toth

Peter Pazmany Catholic University - Faculty of Law ( email )

Budapest
Hungary

Competition Law Research Centre, Hungary ( email )

PPKE-JAK
Szentkiralyi u. 28.
Budapest, H-1088
Hungary

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