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Chapter 8 – Competition policy

What is being negotiated?

Competition policy is the basis on which the market economy of a country is formed and rests. Competition policy occupies one of the most important places because its effective implementation contributes to improving the economy, developing and growing the number of companies, improving investment in research and development of new products, attracting new investments, increasing production and exports.

By adhering to competition policy, participants have the opportunity to operate on a same level in the market, so the only measure of their success is quality. As a result of healthy competition, consumers get a wider offer, as well as higher quality and cheaper products. Thanks to the business environment fuelled by EU competition policy, national industries are becoming more innovative, thus contributing to the dynamic development of the overall economy.

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Chapter 8 - Working Group

Negotiator

Negotiator

Negotiator

Head of the WG

Head of the WG

Head of the WG

Secretary of the WG

Secretary of the WG

Secretary of the WG

The working group was established in August/September 2012. The negotiator for this Chapter is Biljana Jakić, Director-General for Internal Market and Competition, and the head of the working group is Miodrag Vujović, Chairman of the Competition Protection Agency Council. The contact person of the Working group is Marija Tripunović from the European Integration Office.

The working group comprises 26 members (14 from state institutions, 12 from the civil society).

 

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