|Here you find all editions of the regional centre's Newsletter. Its purpose is to report about the centre’s programme and meetings held by the OECD in Paris. It also provides information about the recent cases and developments in the participating economies of the region. News, case studies and articles from Eastern and South‐Eastern Europe are welcome. If you have material that you wish to be considered for publication, please contact Sabine Zigelski (Sabine.Zigelski@oecd.org) and Andrea Dalmay (Dalmay.Andrea@gvh.hu).
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In this issue: OECD-GVH RCC centre's 2014 activities, meeting reports, OECD work on International Co-operation, Romania: OECD Peer-review of Competition Law and Policy, New Developments Concerning Buyer Power: a Common European Approach towards Unfair Trading Practices Legislation?, Application of the Leniency Institute in the Republic of Serbia, Main Features of Antimonopoly Regulation and Control in the Electricity Sector in the Russian Federation.
In this issue: OECD-GVH RCC centre's programme for 2014; Summary of OECD Competition Meetings held in June and October 2013 - Discussion topics included: Rail transport services, merger control, quality in competition analysis, road fuel, links between competition and productivity, remedies in cross-border mergers, ex officio cartel investigation and food chain industry. This edition also contains the following articles: Competition and Quality; Cartel Detection Methods in Hungary; Pay-For-Delay Deals; Serbian Law on Protection of Competition; Leniency Programme for Participation in Anticompetitive concerted actions in Ukraine; Monitoring in the Banking Sector in Kosovo; Competition Law and Policy in Montenegro.
In this issue: OECD-GVH RCC centre's activities in 2013; Summary of OECD Competition Meetings held in February 2013: Discussion topics included: Impact assessment of competition authorities activities, licences for local and regional transportation services, vertical restraints for on-line sales, poverty reduction, television and broadcasting and OECD/ICN Survey on International Enforcement Co-operation; Competition as a Tool for Fighting Poverty; Bulgaria: National Health Insurance Fund Act Restricts Competition in the Retail Market of Reimbursable Drugs; Croatian Competition Enforcement Challenges after 1 July 2013; The Development of the Leniency Programme in Hungary; Antitrust Regulation in the Field of Intellectual Property.