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In relation to proceedings referred to in the file for investigation of any violation committed by an association Association of Banks in Bulgaria (ABB), expressed in conduct which has the purpose or effect the prevention, restriction or distortion of competition in the relevant market, the Competition Protection Commission expresses Thanks to the citizens who sent e-mail alerts and information related to the production.
Declare the office of the Commission will consider and evaluate the information provided in each signal, together with all other evidence in the case.
Competition Protection Commission again sought to clarify that production is at an early stage and not yet sent alleged violation of the defendant.
The Commission for Protection of Competition stress that implement and enforce the Community rules on competition in close cooperation with the competition authorities of the Member States and the Directorate General for Competition of the European Commission.
Commission announced that it had declared and registered the case in the European competition network in July 14, 2009
However, the Competition Protection Commission will wait for two months, which are necessary for any redistribution of the case and the involvement of other agencies in competition within the EU.
The Commission also reported that the most precisely studied case, the Competition Protection Commission may refer to other agencies, members of the European competition network for mutual consultation and providing information (including sensitive), which could be used as evidence.
For example, the Competition Protection Commission has received information that on 15.07.2009 the Italian competition authority, together with representatives of financial police searched the offices of Masterkard and eight banks (Banca Monte dei Paschidi Siena, Banca Nazionale del Lavoro, Banca Sella Holding, Barclays Bank, DeutscheBank, Intesa Sanpaolo, ICBPI, Unicredit) because of suspected cartel agreements in the market of credit cards.
On 12.06.2009 on the Slovak Antimonopoly body imposed sanctions totaling € 10 191 800 for cartel agreement between the three banks (Slovenska sporitelna, as, Ceskoslovenska obchodna banka, as, Vseobecna uverova banka, as).
Upon completion of the investigation the Competition Protection Commission will send its final report to the European Commission. To this end, the EC shall submit a summary of the case and any other documents. This information can also be made available to the authorities for the protection of competition from other Member States. The European Commission may comment on the case within 30 days.
Study on production at an early stage of collecting evidence and any information received by him, will contribute significantly to the clarification of the case report of the Antimonopoly Committee.
Competition Protection Commission recalls that in accordance with the agreed program for the exemption or reduction of penalties, any enterprise can be fully or partially exempt from penalty if they provide proof of their participation in the cartel.

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