Priorities of the Competition Council in 2024
In 2024, by further developing the knowledge and competences of the employees of the Competition Council, raising the level of awareness of market participants and others, as well as improving the operational processes and technical and technological capacity of the institution, the institution’s ability to detect and prevent distortions of competition – involvement of undertakings in cartels, misuse of dominant position and unfair trade practices, as well as distortions of competition caused by state and local governments that hinder the healthy development of the market, from which every market participant and consumer could benefit – will be strengthened.
2024 is the first full year of implementation of the Competition Council’s strategy (2023 – 2029). The Competition Council has defined three priorities to achieve its overarching objective:
- The team is professional, committed and development-oriented;
- Result-oriented day-to-day operations and cooperation, ensuring the detection of significant impediments to competition and the promotion of competition;
- An innovative and sustainable working environment.
In line with these three lines of action, the Competition Council has set several priority tasks for 2024.