Investigation into mobile market regarding network sharing closed

The Swedish Competition Authority has concluded, after investigating the joint venture by Tele2 and Telenor to develop the fourth generation mobile network, 4G, that the potential remains for the two operators to continue...

The Swedish Competition Authority has reviewed district heating prices in Stockholm

Press Fortum Värme has announced that the company intends to take measures to improve the position of district heating customers in Stockholm. At the same time there has been a change for the better in respect of district heating...

Uniform law of contract for the internal market is welcomed

By a statement of opinion on a consultation round, the Swedish Competition Authority has submitted views on the European Commission’s Green Paper on policy options for progress towards a European Contract Law for consumers an...

More stringent rules and regulations for better rail competition

More stringent EU rules will increase opportunities for functioning competition within the European rail market. The Swedish Competition Authority welcomes the European Commission’s proposal to modernise the rules contained i...

A green future with functioning competition

Press Properly functioning markets represent a precondition for continued sustainable development with high environmental standards. This view has been advanced by the Nordic competition authorities in a new report on competition a...

Speech by Director General Dan Sjöblom at the ICN-conference in Yokohama

Speaking about case resolutions at an ICN cartel workshop in Yokohama, October 7 2010, the Director General Dan Sjöblom said that the Swedish Competition Authority seeks to employ the most efficient means to terminate a case...

TT’s acquisition of Retriever

The Swedish Competition Authority has decided not to take any action concerning Telegrambyrå AB’s (TT) acquisition of Retriever AB. This means that the Swedish Competition Authority will not investigate the acquisition further.

More stringent rules improve public procurement

Press More public authorities will comply with the rules if they are at risk of being fined. Fewer violations of the rules will improve procurements.