“While there is a number of concerns as to the antimonopoly authority’s capacity and willingness not just to launch, but to enforce a state aid policy, Ukrainian business is already looking attentively into the state aid risks for their activity and available options to bring competition at their or adjacent markets to the level playing field. Some businesses are waking up to the truth that they could be also exposed to state aid risks. Apart from that, the Ukrainian business is also enthusiastically getting practical knowledge on how to recover antitrust damages,” – says Oleksandr Aleksyeyenko, Partner and Head of Antitrust & Competition.
Today a business breakfast “State Aid and Private Antitrust Litigation” organized by Marchenko Partners took place in Kyiv. Partner Oleksandr Aleksyeyenko and Associates Sviatoslav Henyk and Olha Bozhenko shared their views on how state aid could help Ukrainian business and at the same time how business could stay compliant with the state aid regulations. On top of that, they shared thoughts and ideas on how attractive and efficient private antitrust litigation could be in Ukraine.
Thanks to everyone who attended our event!