The Index.hu reminds: the GVH started its accelerated sector investigation on August 24, but it has now been extended by one month, as “more time is needed to fully explore and evaluate market processes.”
On September 6, GVH investigators appeared at Booking.com’s Budapest office as part of a raid-like on-site investigation, and then announced that data collection is ongoing at Booking.com’s Budapest office, and it may soon become clear whether the Dutch accommodation brokerage company has been damaged due to its contract and contract performance practices. free competition in the online accommodation booking market.
Based on the market information received by the GVH, the contractual conditions and business practices of booking.com caused a significant disruption in the business of many domestic accommodation providers, dozens of complaints have been reported in recent weeks that they did not receive the accommodation fee due to them.
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