Competition

International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Friday, 13.12.2019, 16:33

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Neste Lithuania gets EUR 8,700 fine for misleading advertizing

Neste Lithuania gets EUR 8,700 fine for misleading advertizing

29.10.2019

Neste Lietuva (Neste Lithuania), a Finnish-capital service station chain, has been fined for misleading consumers with its advertizing, Lithuania's Competition Council said BC.

Keyword tags: Competition, Legislation, Lithuania, Transport



Maxima LT receives fine for unfair commercial practices

Maxima LT receives fine for unfair commercial practices

22.10.2019

Konkurencijos taryba found that the company Maxima LT infringed the Law on the Prohibition of Unfair Practices of Retailers (Law) by setting requirement for food and drink suppliers to pay fees for sales promotion, and by envisaging fines or compensation for failure to comply with the set obligations.

Lithuania: Court imposed sanctions on managers of cartelists

Lithuania: Court imposed sanctions on managers of cartelists

11.10.2019

Vilnius Regional Administrative Court (Court) partially upheld the request of Konkurencijos taryba and restricted the right of D. L., manager of the company Ledevila, Ž. K., former manager of Elmis, and L. K., former manager of Vortex Capital, to occupy managerial positions in the public or private sector for their involvement in competition law breaches, the Lithuanian Competition Council`s representatives informed BC.


Lithuanian watchdog slaps EUR 1 mln fine on City Service cos for obstructing probe

Lithuanian watchdog slaps EUR 1 mln fine on City Service cos for obstructing probe

26.09.2019

The Lithuanian Competition Council has imposed a fine of 1.07 million euros on the property administration and maintenance group City Service for obstructing an investigation.

New law in Latvia bringing Russian-speaking students to study in Estonia

New law in Latvia bringing Russian-speaking students to study in Estonia

17.09.2019

Latvia has introduced a law banning the provision of higher education taught in the Russian language, which is now directing students from former Soviet republics to come study in Estonia, reported LETA/BNS.


10.09.2019

Puce wants to declare state of emergency in Riga due to crisis in waste management sector

Environment Protection and Regional Development Minister Juris Puce (For Development) will call on the government to declare state of emergency in the Latvian capital due to the current crisis in the sector of waste collection and management, LETA learned from the ministry.

09.09.2019

Competition Council bans Tiriga waste management company from signing agreements with Riga residents

The Latvian Competition Council has banned Tiriga waste management company from signing agreements with the residents of Riga, LETA learned from the institution.

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