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Results of the first accelerated sectoral inquiry into the Hungarian brick market

The Hungarian Competition Authority (HCA) published its draft report of an accelerated sector inquiry into the Hungarian brick market. The interested and affected parties have only eight days to submit comments to the authority’s draft report. As a main finding, the HCA has not found reasons to conduct an antitrust proceeding on the relevant market. It has, however, made recommendations for consumers and also for the government.

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