26. October 2012
Consumers experience low transparency, poor possibilities for complaints and their trust in estate agents is low.
26. October 2012
The purpose of the Danish Competition Act (konkurrenceloven) and Danish consumer legislation is to prevent the restriction of efficient competition, to create a level playing field for enterprises and to protect consumers.
11. October 2012
The Danish Competition and Consumer Authority has published a report on Price Comparison Sites. The main conclusions are:
22. June 2012
On 31 March 2012 a committee on the Danish Competition Act submitted its report. The Committee was appointed by the Danish government to consider initiatives that can strengthen the effectiveness of the enforcement of the Danish Competition Act.
06. June 2012
On May 31st the Danish Competition and Consumer Authority issued a report on the Danish authorisation system of administrators of estates. The purpose of the report is to examine the effect on competition of the authorisation system set out in the Danish Act on Division of Estates might have.
31. May 2012
09. March 2012
The European Commissioner for Competition, Joaquín Almunia, and the European Commissioner for Health and Consumer Policy, John Dalli, were yesterday among the main speakers at the annual European Competition and Consumer Day.
08. March 2012
The Danish Competition and Consumer Authority hosts "The European Competition and Consumer Day 2012" today. Decision-makers and experts from across Europe will discuss how stronger competition and active consumer behaviour can strengthen growth in Europe.
09. February 2012
For more than ten years, the EU-Presidency has organised a European Competition Day. Denmark continues the tradition. The "European Competition and Consumer Day" focuses on how stronger competition and active consumer behaviour strengthen growth in Europe. The Danish Competition and Consumer Authority is hosting the conference on March 8, 2012.
08. November 2011
Good consumer conditions are an important driver for growth and new opportunities benefiting consumers. When consumer conditions are good, it may ensure that consumers feel safe when buying goods or services, that businesses compete on a level playing field, and that consumers choose the products they prefer. Good consumer conditions are a prerequisite for consumers to incentivize businesses to compete on price, quality or innovation. This enhances market efficiency and increases wealth.