On 1 January 2020, amendments to the Competition Law of the Republic of Latvia entered into force prohibiting public administrative bodies – the state, local governments and capital companies owned by them – to violate the principle of equal competition by unduly restricting or even denying the private sector an opportunity to operate on the market.
Competition distortions created by public administrative bodies can take many forms, but most often public administrative bodies do not respect the principle of competitive neutrality in their activities ...
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