Hungarian Competition Law & Policy: The Watermelon Omen

Pal Szilagyi, Oct 30, 2012

Looking at recent developments in Hungarian competition law and policy first gives us the impression that nothing exciting is happening. Most developments are business as usual at the national competition authority. (In Hungarian the proper name of the authority is the Gazdasági Versenyhivatal, but for English speakers we refer to it by its initials, “GVH.”) The GVH has amended some notices (e.g. on simplified procedures in merger control or on fines) and brought them into line with recent developments on the European level. There have been few antitrust decisions by…

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