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Monopoly to be a crime in Georgia2010-07-12 14:59
Companies will bear criminal responsibility for monopolist activities and limiting competition - Business-Gruzia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The due amendment will be introduced into the criminal Code of Georgia. The possible punishments: liquidation, depriving of the right for activity, fine, confiscation of property. The bill was prepared in the committee for legal issues of the Parliament of Georgia.
The present-day norm rests responsibility for monopolist activities and limiting competition on persons only; the punishments are fine and custody.