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Is the parallel competence set out in regulation 12003 totally clear. case comment

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With a motion dated 28th of April 2005 submitted to the President of the Office of ...

With a motion dated 28th of April 2005 submitted to the President of the Office of
Competition and Consumer Protection (in Polish: Prezes Urzędu Ochrony Konkurencji
i Konsumentów; hereafter, UOKiK President), Tele2 Polska Sp. z o.o. (currently:
Netia S.A., hereafter, Applicant) requested the initiation of antitrust proceedings
against Telekomunikacja Polska S.A. (hereafter, TP). The Polish incumbent, TP, was
alleged to have engaged in practices restricting competition covered by Article 8(1)
and 8(2)(5) of the Act on Competition and Consumer Protection of 15th December
2000 (hereafter, Competition Act 2000) and in Article 82 of the Treaty establishing
European Community (hereafter, TEC), presently, Article 102 of the Treaty on the
functioning of the European Union (hereafter, TFEU).

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