The aim of the protection of market competition is primarily to create benefits for consumers and equal conditions for all entrepreneurs on the market, who, acting in accordance with the existing rules and competing on the market with the quality, price and innovation of their products and services, contribute to the overall development of the economy.

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Cooperation agreement between CCA and Faculty of Economics and Business

The president of the Competition Council, Mirta Kapural, Ph.D. LLM and the dean of the Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Zagreb, associate professor, Sanja Sever Mališ Ph.D., signed a cooperation agreement between these institutions on 1 March 2023.

The agreement is significant for both parties, given the fact that knowledge of competition rules is necessary for everyone who in any way operates in the EU market, either as a competitor or as a consumer. This particularly includes the students of the Faculty of Economics and Business who will in some way participate in the EU market in their future career.

Based on the agreement, the parties to the agreement will endeavour to connect science and practice through trainings and education of the students in the area of competition law by the experts of the CCA, and they commit to exchange information on expert gatherings of joint interest, and organize such meetings, round tables and conferences themselves.