Competition rules and COVID-19 - 23.3.2020


ESA tar nye skritt i Telenor-undersøkelse - 25.6.2019

PR(19)17 – Norwegian version

ESA lukker konkurransesak om e-betaling i Norge - 3.4.2019

PR(19)11 – Norwegian version

Konkurranse: Widerøe kan ha brutt konkurransereglene i EØS - 3.5.2018

PR(18)13 – Norwegian version

Konkurranse: ESA avslutter undersøkelse av Color Line og Sandefjord - 20.12.2016

PR(16)57 – Norwegian version

Konkurranse: ESA gransker DNB, Nordea, Finans Norge og BankID - 26.10.2016

PR(16)49 – Norwegian version

Konkurranse: ESA åpner sak mot Widerøe - 7.6.2016

PR(16)25 – Norwegian version

Konkurranse: Telenor kan ha brutt EØS-konkurransereglene - 1.2.2016

PR(16)04 - Norwegian version

Konkurranse: Uanmeldt kontrollbesøk i Norge - 17.6.2014

PR(14)36 - Norwegian version

Konkurranse: ESA åpner sak mot Telenor - 26.3.2014

PR(14)21 - Norwegian version

Konkurranse: Uttalelse vedrørende uanmeldt inspeksjon i Norge - 4.12.2012

PR(12)77 - Norwegian version

Konkurranse: Vedtaket i Color Line-saken offentliggjort - 16.3.2012

PR(12)15 - Norwegian version

Konkurranse: Uanmeldte inspeksjoner i elektrisitetssektoren - 7.2.2012

PR(12)06 - Norwegian version

PR(08)84: Preliminary findings of the Authority suggest that Posten Norge AS has acted in breach of EEA competition rules - 17.12.2008

The Authority has today sent a so-called “Statement of Objections” to Posten Norge AS. The Authority's preliminary view is that Posten Norge AS has infringed Article 54 of the EEA Agreement on abuse of a dominant position through its pursued strategy and behaviour in relation to its Post-in-Shop (Post i Butikk) network in Norway.

PR(08)02: Concluding report of EFTA Surveillance Authority's sector inquiry confirms fragmented nature of EEA retail banking markets - 18.1.2008

The EFTA Surveillance Authority has adopted the final report of the competition inquiry into the markets for retail banking services in the EFTA States. Building on two interim reports published during the course of 2007 and comments received from a public consultation, the final report gives an overview of the state of play in the markets for payment card services and core retail banking products.

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