Irma Urmonaitė, Council Member of the Lithuanian competition authority, has been appointed Deputy Chairwoman starting from 20 September.
On September 10, the management of the Baltic competition authorities met in Riga to discuss current competition law issues in the Baltic States and discuss cooperation, joint projects, and possible market analysis and studies.
Today Irma Urmonaitė has started her six-year tenure as a Council Member in the Lithuanian competition authority. She was appointed by Gitanas Nausėda, President of the Republic of Lithuania, in line with the Constitution, the Law on Competition and upon the proposal of the Prime Minister Ingrida Šimonytė.
The Supreme Administrative Court of Lithuania (Court) announced that the Lithuanian competition authority should recalculate the fines for the companies Būsto aplinka and Mano Būsto priežiūra which obstructed the inspection conducted by the authority’s officials.
Today, the President of the Republic of Lithuania Gitanas Nausėda, in accordance with the Constitution, the Law on Competition and taking into account the proposal of Prime Minister Ingrida Šimonytė, signed a decree appointing Irma Urmonaitė as a member of Konkurencijos taryba. She will take up her duties from 10 September.
Lithuanian competition authority Konkurencijos taryba cleared Latvian company‘s AS Eco Baltia acquisition of up to 100 per cent of shares and sole control of the company AWT Holding and allowed the former to acquire control of Ecoservice , Ecoservice projektai , Ecoservice Klaipėda , Ecoplasta , Marijampolės švara , Biržų komunalinis...
The OECD Economics Department is organising jointly with the Competition Division an online workshop on Regulatory Barriers to Competition in Professional Services, which will take place on 18–19 November 2021, and invites scholars, professional associations and other relevant policymakers and stakeholders of OECD countries to submit papers,...
The Lithuanian competition authority’s experts expressed doubts whether the obligation for all operators acting in Lithuania to share radio frequencies of the 700 MHz band, which will be the main (or one of the main) frequencies for the development of 5G technology, would be necessary and proportionate to the objectives pursued.
Today Karina Kučaidze has started her six-year tenure as a Council Member in the Lithuanian competition authority. She has been appointed by Gitanas Nausėda, President of the Republic of Lithuania, in line with the Constitution, the Law on Competition and upon the proposal of the Prime Minister Ingrida Šimonytė.
The Lithuanian competition authority Konkurencijos taryba refused to clear the acquisition of 100 per cent of the shares and sole control of SPLIUS by Cgates .
The European Competition Network (ECN) publishes a joint paper by the heads of the national competition authorities (NCAs) of the European Union on the DMA proposal. It addresses the issue of coordination of DMA enforcement with competition law enforcement and makes proposals to enhance the effectiveness of this new tool, by allowing NCAs to...