Lithuania's Competition Council, a regulatory body tasked with ensuring a healthy market and preventing monopolistic or over-dominant competitive acquisitions, has claimed that the Seimas' decision to regulate milk purchasing prices strangles competition, limits the personal freedoms of farmers, and possibly violates the constitution.
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