Broadcaster Slapped with Record Fine for Uncompetitive Conduct

Ljubljana, 5 August - Slovenia's biggest private broadcaster has been served an anti-monopoly fine of almost five million euros by the Competition Protection Agency for abusing its dominant position on the advertising market, the highest fine ever handed out for anti-competitive practice, media reported Tuesday.

General manager of Pro Plus Pavel Vrabec reportedly fined as Slovenia's biggest private broadcaster slapped with a record fine.
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