Minimum milk price ‘is unconstitutional and anti-competitive’ – Competition Council

DELFI / Mindaugas Ažušilis

The Competition Council also said that the abstract explanation that politicians provided for the global dairy crisis’ effect on the Lithuanian dairy sector did not provide a basis for the size of the minimum milk prices set by the amendment.

The Competition Council believes that if the amendment were to come into effect, the long-term effects would be damaging to the entire dairy sector, first and foremost to consumers and milk producers.

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