Montenegro — completing the legal framework for the 2012 Competition Law
The Montenegrin Competition Agency (‘Agency’) has recently announced plans for completing the new legal framework established with the 2012 Competition Law. The new regulations should significantly overhaul Montenegrin competition law, improving both legal certainty and Agency expertise.
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