As a result of the quarantine measures preventing the spread of COVID-19 adopted by the Lithuanian Government, Konkurencijos taryba has cancelled the seminars for national judges which were planned in Vilnius on 6–7 April and 15 May 2020.
After transposing the Antitrust Damages Actions Directive into national law, there has been an increase in the number of antitrust damage cases. Seeking to provide an opportunity for national judges to deepen their knowledge in the enforcement of the European competition law, Konkurencijos taryba is carrying out the project funded by the...
Experts from Lithuania, Belgium and other countries finished implementing the EU technical assistance project which aimed to strengthen competition enforcement in Georgia. On 10 January up to 100 guests representing state authorities, business sector, academy and civil society attended the project closing ceremony in Tbilisi and summarized the...
On 18 November 2018 the Lithuanian competition authority finished a two-year-long project #SuKonkurencijaPoLietuvą concerning a series of seminars on state aid, bid rigging and misleading advertising for 1100 representatives from the public and private sector in 10 different regions of Lithuania. Due to the reason stated above, from now on #SuKonkurencijaPoLietuvą is rebranded to Lietuvos Respublikos konkurencijos taryba.
The Lithuanian Competition Council‘s advocacy efforts received international recognition in the Antitrust Writing Awards . The Guidelines on Anti-Competitive Agreements and Bid Rigging in Public Procurement prepared by the Council‘s experts have been voted as one of the five Most Innovative 2017 Soft Laws in the world.
The World Bank Group and the International Competition Network (ICN) announced Lithuanian Competition Council among the winners of the 2015-2016 Competition Advocacy Contest