Dec. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Telekom Slovenije Group d.d., Slovenia’s state-owned phone company, said it received a lawsuit from a rival Tusmobil d.o.o. in the capital Ljubljana seeking damages of 86 million euros ($116 million) for abuse of its market position.
Tusmobil claims it suffered damages after Telekom Slovenije’s wireless unit Mobitel d.d., which was merged into the parent company this year, allegedly abused its dominant position on the retail and wholesale telecommunication markets with the offer of one of the price plans, the Ljubljana-based company said in a statement to the city stock exchange.
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