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Competition Law №1 - 2014ОБЩИЕ ВОПРОСЫ АНТИМОНОПОЛЬНОГО РЕГУЛИРОВАНИЯ
The article is devoted to two legal strategies of the Russian competition law, based on the principles of ex post and ex ante. The author pays attention to the problems of legal legitimation of these strategies and the characteristics of their application by courts and executive authorities in the sphere of competition regulation. This article analyzes the various arguments in favor of using each of these strategies, as well as shortcomings of these legal principles and legal ways to overcome the mentioned obstacles.
Key words: competition law, rnmpetition, legal strategies for development of the Russian competition law, principles ex post and ex ante, micro-level and macro-level consequences.
The article establishes the contents of categories "the group-forming person" and "the controlling person" with regard to a group of persons for the purpose of antimonopoly regulation; considers different variants of control inside the group of persons based on the right of disposal of powers of subjective rights of corporate contents.
Key words: subjective rights, power of management, group of persons, participants of the group of persons, control of a juridical person, direct control, indirect control, mutual control.
Abuse of a dominant position on the market are common offences, the practice of which has a negative impact on the competitive environment and the market economy of the country as a whole. This article is devoted to one of the groups of this kind of abuse, namely, antitrust violations, which attack the turnover of goods.
Key words: antitrust law, dominant position, commodity market, discriminatory conditions.
The Law "On Amendments to Certain Legislative Acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan on Competition Issues" (hereinafter, the Law) amending a number of current legislative acts1 of the Republic of Kazakhstan (hereinafter, the RK or Kazakhstan), including the Competition Law2, was adopted on 6 March 2013 in Kazakhstan. This article offers an analysis of those amendments, which we deem to be most important for the business.
Key words: Antimonopoly agency, the Law "On Competition", antimonopoly legislation of Kazakhstan, Model Competition Law, group of persons, anticompetitive agreements, dominant or monopolistic position, unfair competition, economic concentration, prior consent of the antimonopoly agency, notification of the antimonopoly agency, responsibility.
The purpose of this article is to give a short overview of the main structures of Finnish consumer law, and at the same time also provide a picture of the Nordic model of consumer protection. The article covers the questions concerning regulation of marketing, consumer contract law and the settlement of consumer disputes.
Key words: Finland, consumer protection, regulation of marketing, consumer contract law, settlement of consumer disputes.
In this article a monitoring function is regarded as a special function that generates a status of self-regulatory organizations. Examines the content a monitoring function, the order of the status of specialized bodies SRO.
Key words: features self-regulatory organization, control measures, inspection of SRO members, information on the activities of members of the SRO, SRO specialized bodies.