The European Antitrust Review 2014

Greece: Hellenic Competition Commission

08 August 2013

The ongoing financial crisis markedly exposed the structural rigidities and inefficiencies of the Greek economy. In this context, the strategic planning of the Hellenic Competition Commission (HCC) had to be realigned in order to increase the exercise of its consultative and advocacy powers regarding regulatory obstacles to competition, thereby complementing the Authority’s core enforcement action. Over the past three years, the HCC has devised and implemented a renewed policy revolving around four themes:

Interested in becoming a GCR author? Please contact our Insight Manager.

Get in touch