The Supreme Administrative Court on Monday upheld a fine imposed by the antimonopoly office on the bus company ČSAD. According to a previous decision of the Office for the Protection of Economic Competition, the state-owned carrier misused its dominant position on the market when it refused to allow its rival Student Agency access to the bus terminal in Liberec for its Prague-Liberec routes. ČSAD was hitherto the sole bus carrier on the line. The office originally fined ČSAD 2.5 million crowns, and later reduced the penalty to 2 million.
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