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Anti-Monopoly Committee fines Boryspil airport for USD 400,000
14:51, 24 January 2017
Anti-Monopoly Committee fines Boryspil airport for USD 400,000

The state enterprise is charged with actions leading to limiting competitiveness among ground servicing markets

14:51, 24 January 2017

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Ukraine’s Anti-Monopoly Committee has fined Boryspil international airport for over 400,000 U.S. dollars. Agiya Zahrebelska, the state envoy for the Committee, posted this at Facebook.

‘The court hearing into the case of monopoly abuse by Boryspil international airport is over. The state enterprise is fined for UAH 12,780,354,’ she wrote.

The airport’s management faced charges with actions that could lead to limiting competitiveness among ground servicing markets. The administration refused to coordinate their applications to get the code certificate of airport operation and dragged time during the procedure of coordination of internal documentation. The enterprise is also accused of charging an economically unsound fee for using the airport’s infrastructure.    

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