25. April 2017
Today, the Danish Parliament has adopted a new Marketing Practices Act with the aim of improving the competitive conditions for companies and providing a sound framework for consumers. The Marketing Practices Act will enter into force on 1 July 2017.
21. April 2017
Competition between online travel agencies (OTAs), which market i.a. Danish hotels, seems to be strengthened to some extent after changes to the so-called ‘wide parity clauses’ used by OTAs in their contracts with hotels.
18. April 2017
On 6 April 2017, Olympus Danmark A/S entered into a settlement with the Danish Competition and Consumer Authority for infringing section 6 of the Danish Competition Act by imposing a type of resale price maintenance. Accordingly Olympus Danmark A/S accepted to pay a fine of DKK 3,600,000 (€ 484,000).
07. April 2017
The Danish Gambling Authority has issued an updated licence to Danske Lotteri Spil, which has a monopoly and is a subsidiary of Danske Spil. The updated licence addresses the competition concerns of the Competition and Consumer Authority in relation to the conditions to which Danske Lotteri Spil was previously subject.
30. March 2017
The new strategy "Strong professionalism - clear effect" will provide a framework and direction for the Competition and Consumer Authority’s work up to 2020.
01. March 2017
Competition for public contracts could ultimately provide citizens with more for their tax money. A new map of Denmark provides an overview of the municipalities which are best at creating competition for performing public contracts.
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