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Legal regime of competition in Slovenia

Ovidiu-Horia Maican

The Slovenian competition law used to be recently been reformed. Slovenia is a small transition economic system characterized by robust monetary dynamics, whose competition regime in its cutting-edge form was set up in 1993. The Constitution of the Republic of Slovenia, the main legal rule in Slovenia, ensures in its Article 74 free financial initiative. In the same time, they ought to take into consideration specific constraints, referring exceptionally to their status, as they are allowed to operate solely in one of the legally available varieties and in accordance with the public benefit. Individuals need to respect competition when appearing in the market. As an effect, unfair competition practices which prevent competition in a manner opposite to the regulation are prohibited.