What constitutes abuse of dominant position?
Abuse may include:
a) setting, directly or indirectly, unfair purchase or sale prices or other unfair trading conditions;
b) the restriction of production
c) the application of unequal conditions of trade for the same purposes as the parties, placing them at a disadvantage in competition;
d) concluding contracts, provided that the other contracting parties accept additional obligations;
e) setting prices or other conditions, having as their object or effect the prevention or entry into the relevant market of particular competitors or their product;
f) refusal to trade or grant licenses;
g) refusal of entry by another undertaking, against an appropriate reward, into the dominant position of the undertaking’s network or infrastructures, if this refusal of the simultaneous use of the network or infrastructures prevents the other undertaking from acting as a competitor of the undertaking with the dominant position.