Anti-trust watchdog greenlights Dnipro Hotel acquisition dealThe hotel was sold to Smartland LLC for UAH 1.111 billion (US$39.5 million) in July 2020.
22:30, 10 September 2020
Ukraine anti-trust watchdog opens case against RoshenThe group of companies had signs of a monopoly position on the market in 2018-2019.
16:30, 21 August 2020
Rada approves antimonopoly committee chief's resignationThe decision was supported by 226 votes, which is exactly the required minimum.
18:45, 03 July 2020
Ukraine's antitrust agency records rise in retail prices of food amid coronavirus quarantinePrices of onions and carrots have doubled, while those of potatoes have soared by 60%.
11:55, 25 March 2020
Ukraine's Economy Ministry to reform anti-trust agencyThe move is being discussed with representatives of international organizations and Ukrainian lawmakers.
16:45, 25 February 2020
Ukraine anti-trust watchdog imposes about US$265 mln in fines on investors – expertThe AMCU says there was producers' conspiracy to prevent new potential participants from entering the tobacco distribution market.
14:57, 11 October 2019
Ukraine's antitrust watchdog rejects Energoatom's claim on "Rotterdam Plus" formulaDespite the different rate of tariff growth for different electricity producers, the AMCU concluded that there was "no negative impact of Resolution No. 289 on economic competition."
15:40, 14 May 2019
Ukraine's antitrust agency allows Chinese BOCE to buy Ukrainian PFTS Stock Exchange's sharesIn May 2018, BOCE requested the AMCU's preliminary conclusions on the acquisition of over 25% of PFTS shares.
11:18, 07 December 2018
Ukraine's Supreme Court rejects Gazprom's appeal against US$6.2 bln fine, penaltyRulings of lower instance courts were upheld as adopted in line with the rules of substantive and procedural law.
21:50, 22 November 2018
Ukraine anti-trust watchdog fines gasoline stations operators for price collusionThe market analysis denies the existence of objective reasons for actions that led to restrict competition.
11:53, 22 June 2018
Ukraine to hire foreign advisers to recover US$6 bln from Russia's Gazprom in anti-trust case<p>Ukraine's Justice Ministry is about to call a tender to hire foreign advisers on recovering foreign assets of Russia's gas giant Gazprom, which was fined UAH 171 billion, or $US5.93 billion, by Ukraine's Anti-Monopoly Committee (AMCU).</p>
19:30, 23 January 2018
Glencore gains approval to buy into Rusal's Ukrainian alumina plant - Reuters<p>Ukraine’s anti-monopoly committee has given commodities trader Glencore the green light to take a stake in Ukraine’s Mykolaiv plant, the second-largest alumina asset of Russia’s Rusal, according to Reuters.</p>
14:50, 20 October 2017
Kyiv court rules to seize Gazprom's property, funds worth UAH 171 bln<p>The Kyiv Economic Court has granted the petition of the Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine (AMCU) and the State Executive Service, allowing to recover from the Russian gas monopoly Gazprom funds in its accounts and property after the company had been fined by the AMCU for violating Ukraine's competitive legislation to the tune of UAH 171 billion, according to Ukrainian Justice Minister Pavlo Petrenko.</p>
13:10, 19 October 2017
Polish trams to be supplied to Kyiv despite objections by Lviv-based producer<p>The Anti-Monopoly Committee of Ukraine (AMCU) rejected the complaint by the Lviv-based Ukrainian-German joint venture Electrontrans against Poland’s Pesa, as reported on the ProZorro online platform for tenders, Novoye Vremya wrote.</p>
13:55, 09 August 2017
Court cancels seizure of $3.1 mln from Russian Gazprom's subsidiary in favor of fine charged by AMCU<p>The Kyiv Economic Court of Appeal has overturned the decision of the Kyiv Economic Court to write off some UAH 80 million (US$3.1 million) in dividends from the Russian gas monopoly Gazprom's Ukrainian-based subsidiary, Gaztransit, as part of enforcement proceedings to recover from Gazprom a fine of almost UAH 172 billion ($6.7 billion), set by the Anti-Monopoly Committee of Ukraine (AMCU), according to the court materials.</p>
16:00, 25 July 2017
Court rejects Gazprom’s appeal over Ukraine’s claim of UAH 172 bln fine<p>The Supreme Economic Court of Ukraine ruled to reject the cassation appeal by Russian energy giant Gazprom on canceling the Antimonopoly Committee’s decision to recover from Gazprom a UAH 171.932 billion fine, according to the committee’s press service.</p>
19:10, 16 May 2017
AMCU demands to forcibly recover UAH 172 bln from GazpromThe Anti-Monopoly Committee of Ukraine appealed to the Enforcement Service of the Ministry of Justice with a request to recover from the Russian gas monopoly, Gazprom, a $172 billion fine and penalties for abusing the monopoly position in the domestic gas transit market, AMC chief Yuriy Terentyev wrote on Facebook.
19:10, 21 April 2017
Gazprom files cassation against Ukraine anti-trust watchdog’s fine<p>PJSC Gazprom has appealed in cassation the ruling of the Kyiv Economic Court of Appeal on enforcing a UAH 85.9 billion (US$3.4 billion) fine and the same amount of penalty, on claims by Ukraine’s Anti-Monopoly Committee, according to AMC head Yuriy Terentyev, Liga.net reports.</p>
22:30, 20 March 2017