The Czech Republic's accession to the European Union in 2004 prompted a number of major changes to the country's competition laws. Tomas Fiala highlights the developments of note
Undoubtedly, the single biggest development in competition law in the Czech Republic during the past decade has been the country’s accession to the European Union (EU) on 1 May, 2004, which made European Community (EC) competition law directly applicable. Following the adoption of EU law, an important amendment to the Czech Competition Act was adopted, effective as of 2 June, 2004, in order to bring Czech competition law into line with EC competition rules.
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