The contest for the best essay on competition and procurement has been settled

Press The Swedish Competition Authority's student essay contest is now over Seven writers will share over SEK 90,000 for five essays in the subjects of law and economics.

Statement regarding a European single market for electronic communications

The Swedish Competition Authority has been given the opportunity to comment on the European Commission's proposal for a new Regulation concerning electronic communications.

A fair system of choice requires transparent municipal accounting

Press There are many reasons why municipalities with systems of choice must employ open and clear financial follow-ups for their own operations subject to competition. This is emphasized in a pilot study, where the Swedish...

Uniform Consequences for Illegal Procurements

Press Different courts must not pass different sentences for similar offences. This is the opinion of the Swedish Competition Authority, which is appealing a sentence regarding procurement damages/fines to the Supreme Administrativ...

The Swedish Competition Authority has decided to take no further action in the proposed acquisition of SPP by KPA

The Swedish Competition Authority (“SCA”) has decided (September 2013) to take no further action in respect of the proposed acquisition by KPA Pensionsservice AB of SPP Liv Pensionstjänst AB and the proposed acquisition by KP...

Växjö taken to court over procurement fines

Press The Swedish Competition Authority requires Växjö municipality to pay a total of SEK 325,000 in procurement fines for five purchases that were made in violation of the public procurement rules. According to the Swedish...

Haninge Bostäder required to pay SEK 10 million in procurement fines

Press The Swedish Competition Authority demands that the municipal housing company in Haninge, Haninge Bostäder AB, pays procurement fines of SEK 10 million due to them having performed an illegal direct award.

Fines demanded for collusion in care and treatment procurement

Press The Competition Authority has petitioned that three companies within the care and treatment business are to be sentenced to pay a total of almost SEK 30 million in fines as they have colluded during a public procurement.