Croatia

The Croatian Competition Agency (CCA) is a legal person with public authority which was established by the Decision of the Croatian Parliament of 20 September 1995 and became operative in early 1997. CCA independently and autonomously performs the activities within its scope and powers and is accountable for the delivery of its objectives to the Croatian Parliament.  

The responsibilities and powers of the CCA are regulated by the Competition Act (OG 79/09) which covers its activities in the area of antitrust and merger control, and the State Aid Act (OG 140/05) which, in wider terms, involves competition relating to authorisation, monitoring the implementation and possible recovery of State aid in all areas but agriculture and fisheries.

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International Cooperation

UNCTAD

UNCTAD

UNCTAD is the United Nations body responsible for dealing ...

ECN

ECN

The European Commission and the national competition authorities ...

OECD

OECD

The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development ...