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Purpose the paper should confirm that concentrations of economic entities, which perform agricultural or other activities, in addition to distorting competition, are frequent cases of competition protection on the European Union market. Methodology the paper uses dogmatic and normative method that highlights existing legal solutions and indicate the directions of de lege ferenda solutions and method of content analysis. Results Concentrations of business entities are playing an increasing roledoi:10.5937/ekopolj2004233k fatcat:bvxvppwb6fdmldxqou6xeokjme