Federal Antimonopoly Service Puts Russian Post Under Investigation
The case was initiated on the complaint of Janzen s.r.o., Czech postal operator.
The Federal Antimonopoly Service of Russia has initiated a case against the Federal State Unitary Enterprise Russian Post on grounds of violating Article 10 of the Federal Law “On protection of competition” (abuse of dominant position).
Vostok Media reports, the case was initiated on the complaint of Janzen s.r.o., Czech postal operator.
Violation of the antimonopoly law is seen in the actions of Russian Post aimed at limiting reception and processing of international post that led to impairment of interests of the foreign postal operators and citizens of the Russian Federation – post receivers – and may also lead to restraint of competition at the Russian market of mailing services.
The FAS of Russia will consider the case against Russian Post on March 13, 2008.
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