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Gå til SEAS-NVE Holding A/S and Syd Energi Holding A/S accept fines for not notifying a merger and pre-implementation

04. July 2018

On 21 and 22 June 2018, the energy companies SEAS-NVE Holding A/S and Syd Energi Holding A/S each accepted fines of DKK 4,000,000 (€ 537,000) for infringing Section 12 b (1) and 12 c (5) of the Danish Competition Act.

Gå til Improving the effectiveness of terms and conditions in online trade

22. June 2018

This article reports the results of a lab experiment that successfully enabled consumers to take notice of terms and conditions (T&Cs) in an online shopping environment and use these more when actively choosing between products.

Gå til Anti-competitive agreement on customer allocation between media agencies

14. June 2018

The Danish Competition Appeal Tribunal has upheld the findings of the Danish Competition Council that a horizontal cooperation agreement between two independent media agencies constituted an infringement of Section 6 of the Danish Competition Act.

Gå til The Danish Competition Council has approved Danica Pension’s acquisition of sole control of SEB Pensionsforsikring A/S and SEB Administration A/S

30. May 2018

On 10 April 2017 the Danish Competition and Consumer Authority (“DCCA”) received a complete notification of Danica Pension’s (“Danica”) acquisition of sole control of SEB Pensionsforsikring A/S and SEB Administration A/S (hereby after together referred to as ”SEB”).

Gå til The Danish Competition Council has approved the merger between GlobalConnect A/S and Nianet A/S subject to commitments

30. May 2018

On 13 November 2017 the Danish Competition and Consumer Authority (hereinafter “DCCA”) received a complete notification of GlobalConnect A/S’ (hereinafter “GlobalConnect”) acquisition of sole control of Nianet A/S (hereinafter “Nianet”).

Gå til High Court: Not proven that Elsam has violated the Danish competition law in 2005 and 2006

24. May 2018

The High Court of Western Denmark has decided that the competition authorities has not sufficiently proven that Elsam – now part of Ørsted A/S – has abused its dominant position by imposing excessive prices on the wholesale market for electricity in Western Denmark.

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