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European Commission's Foreign Exchange Spot Trading Cartel Decisions
On 16 May 2019, the European Commission has fined Barclays, The Royal Bank of Scotland, Citigroup, JPMorgan and MUFG Bank (formerly Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi) for taking part in two cartels ...
European Union
7 Aug 2019
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Next Round In The Match: The Council Of State Re-Visited Its Decision In Banks Cartel
Last week we have witnessed a rarely used procedural mechanism, revision of decision, yielded a positive outcome for ING Bank Turkey in its appeal against a decision of the Turkish Competition Authority in which it was sentenced ...
Turkey
19 Jun 2019
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General Evaluation Regarding The Decisions Of The Competition Board In The Electricity Distribution Sector
Investigations regarding distribution and authorized supply companies ("ASCs") that the Competition Board has been conducting are nearing completion.
Turkey
27 Sep 2018
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How Does The Turkish Competition Authority Deal With Market Analysis In Information Exchange Cases? Lessons From The Syndicated Loan Decision
Market definition is a significant instrument, which helps antitrust enforcers to detect market behavior violating the competition rules.
Turkey
29 Aug 2018
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A Liberal Approach Towards Leniency Applications In Turkey
So far, an efficient leniency practice has been a remarkable policy objective for the Turkish Competition Authority (TCA).
Turkey
23 Jul 2018
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The Board's Reasoned Decision On The Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality: "Is The Municipality An Undertaking Within The Meaning Of Competition Law?"
The Board's reasoned decision regarding the allegations that the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality had violated the Law No. 4054 through certain activities regarding the right of way, was published on the Authority's official website.
Turkey
31 May 2018
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A Critical Evaluation of the Turkish Competition Authority's Decision for 13 International Banks
One of the interesting antitrust cases in Turkey in 2017 is the investigation of the Turkish Competition Authority (TCA) concerning 13 international banks, for their conducts in syndicated loan markets.
Turkey
18 May 2018
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EC's Recent Cartel Settlement With Japanese Car Safety Equipment Suppliers
The European Commission (the "Commission") on 22 November 2017 announced its settlement with five Japanese car safety equipment suppliers outside Europe (the "Cartel Settlement").
European Union
18 Dec 2017
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Competition Quarterly Spring 2017
TCA has concluded its preliminary inquiry launched against Mercedes-Benz Turk AS and determined that their findings yielded "sufficient" and "serious" evidence that merited a formal investigation.
Turkey
2 Jun 2017
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New Anonymous Whistleblower Tool: Individuals In Fight Against Anti-Competitive Practices
Starting from 16 March 2017, individuals can help the European Commission ("EC") in uncovering cartels and other anti-competitive practices without disclosing their identity...
Turkey
30 May 2017
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Consumer Courts Ruled to Have Jurisdiction in Turkey for Compensation Cases Initiated from Bank Cartel
Turkey's Court of Cassation recently held that the Consumer Court is the appropriate forum for a lawsuit filed by a consumer against a bank, seeking compensation for damages arising from the bank's competition law violation.
Turkey
11 Apr 2017
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The Turkish Competition Board's Decision Is Annulled In Diye Danışmanlık
The decision of the Board in case Diye Danışmanlık (12.12.2014, 14-51/900-410) where the Board (i) did not find any anticompetitive practice that would trigger a full-fledged investigation (ii) while it considered it necessary to render an Article 9(3) decision ordering Yurddas and Partners ("YP") to cease its Media Barometer system;
Turkey
9 Jan 2017
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The Turkish Competition Board Has Published The Reasoned Decision On The Preliminary Investigation Against MEDAŞ (02.03.2016,16-07/134-60)
In its reasoned decision, the Board firstly stated that connection to the distribution network (grid) is required in order to sell the surplus energy in scope of unlicensed electricity production.
Turkey
5 Jan 2017
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Single Continuous Infringement Concept And The Practice Of The Turkish Competition Authority
The concept of a single continuous infringement ("SCI") enables competition authorities to consider a series of agreements or conducts that have the same objective to distort competition in the market as one single continuous infringement.
Turkey
23 Sep 2016
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The Use of Digital Evidence and Technological Tools in Competition Enforcement Actions and their Interference with Private and Privileged Information and Data Protection Rules
Developments in technology have significantly changed the way in which cartel participants communicate with each other.
Turkey
5 Apr 2016
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Rekabet Hukuku Açısından Üçüncü Taraflar Aracılığıyla Rakipler Arası Bilgi Değişimi
Günümüzde pek çok sektör oyuncusu faaliyetlerini etkin bir şekilde sürdürebilmek için detaylandırılmış hazır bilgilere ihtiyaç duymaktadır.
Turkey
18 Jan 2016
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Domestic Record In Competition Fines For Turkey Imposed On Commercial Banks
The Turkish Competition Authority has finalized its investigation of the Turkish Banking sector on March 8th that was initiated in November, 2011.
Turkey
21 Mar 2013
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Rebates Systems Applied By The Undertaking In Dominant Position In Competition Law
Resolution of disputes arising from rental agreements ("lease disputes") is of great importance, since the arbitral awards with regard to non-arbitrable matters may be subject to annulment or may give rise to a ground of refusal of enforcement.
Turkey
15 Jun 2012
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