CCA 2023 Annual Conference “Annual Highlights” held in Zagreb

  The CCA Annual Conference 2023 under the title “Annual Highlights” was held on 20 April 2023 in the Croatian Employers’ Association, Zagreb. The half-day conference discussed the highlights in…

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President of the Parliamentary Economic Committee visits CCA

15. Stu 2023.

On 15 November Mr. Žarko Tušek, president of the Parliamentary Economic Committee, visited the Croatian Competition Agency (CCA). The purpose of this working visit was to meet with the Competition…

CCA representatives participated in the traditional St. Martin Conference in Brno

13. Stu 2023.

The Czech Office for the Protection of Competition organized the traditional annual St. Martin Conference with the aim of exchanging experience in competition law and policy and the prohibition of…

CCA Workshop on Bid Rigging in Public Procurement in collaboration with OECD

10. Stu 2023.

In collaboration with OECD, on 10 November the Croatian Competition Agency (CCA) organized a workshop stressing the importance of fighting bid rigging in public procurement. The workshop was held by…

Spanish National Markets and Competition Commission (CNMC) hosted the 22nd ICN Annual Conference in Barcelona from 18 – 20 October 2023

25. Lis 2023.

The ICN annual conference gathered an unprecedented number of jurisdictions represented by the members and NGAs attending the event that was be larger than ever before. At the conference, participants…

CCA and Georgian competition authority sign a Memorandum of Cooperation

25. Lis 2023.

On 20 October 2023 Mirta Kapural, PhD, president of the Croatian Competition Agency (CCA) and Irakli Lekvinadze, PhD, president of the Georgian competition authority, signed a Memorandum of Cooperation during…

CCA 2022 Annal Report accepted by the Croatian Parliament

17. Lis 2023.

Pursuant to Article 81 of the Constitution of the Republic of Croatia and Article 165 relating to Article 44 paragraph 4 of the Standing Orders of the Croatian Parliament, in…


Report any form of distortion of market competition. Any legal or natural person who has a legal or economic interest in it, as well as a professional or economic interest association, a chamber of entrepreneurs, a consumer association, the Government of the Republic of Croatia, state bodies administrations and bodies of local and regional self-government units.


A cartel is the most serious form of distortion of market competition. Discovering cartels and punishing the participants is one of the most important tasks of the Agency. However, given that prohibited agreements - cartels are usually secret agreements between entrepreneurs, their detection is an extremely difficult and complex task. For this reason, information about suspected cartel existence in certain markets is one of the key tools for sanctioning cartel participants.

Reporting bid-rigging in public procurement procedures

Competition rules also apply to public procurement procedures but only to undertakings that act as bidders in these procedures.

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Prevention of conflicts of interest and corruption in the field of public procurement

Pursuant to Article 80, Paragraph 2 of the Public Procurement Act (Official Gazette, No. 120/16), there are no economic entities with which the Croatian Competition Agency, as a public contracting authority, may not enter into public procurement contracts.