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Turkey Announces Rules For Vehicles Used During Smuggling, As Well As Storage Of Goods Which Violate Intellectual Property Rights
Under Turkish law, vehicles can be confiscated if they are used during the commission of crimes stated under Anti-Smuggling Law Number 5607 ("Anti-Smuggling Law").
Turkey
23 Jan 2019
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Turkey Adjusts Criminal And Civil Appeal Periods To Fifteen Days
Turkey has adjusted criminal and civil appeal periods to 15 days from the date a decision is notified to the parties, applying to decisions issued from 5 August 2017 onward
Turkey
11 Oct 2017
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Turkey Adopts The European Convention On Counterfeit Medical Products
Turkey has now adopted the Council of Europe Convention on the Counterfeiting of Medical Products and Similar Crimes Involving Threats to Public Health ("Convention") into local legislation (more).
Turkey
15 Sep 2017
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Turkey Announces Details Of Explanation Procedures In Context Of Suspected Tax Evasion
Turkey's Ministry of Finance has announced details for the process whereby taxpayers can provide a written explanation, seeking to potentially avoid audit or referral in the context of suspected tax evasion.
Turkey
11 Aug 2017
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"More Countries Declined Than Improved" Says Transparency International In 2016 Corruption Perceptions Index
Transparency International released its 2016 Corruption Perceptions Index ("CPI") on 25 January 2017. The annual CPI has become one of the most widely recognized indicators of corruption worldwide.
Turkey
27 Jan 2017
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Financial Action Task Force Will Begin Fourth Mutual Evaluation For Turkey In October 2018
The Task Force is an inter-governmental body and Turkey has been a member since 1991.
Turkey
6 Dec 2016
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Secondary Amendments To Turkish Reporting Obligations For Suspicious Transactions
Turkey's Ministry of Finance ("Ministry") has amended secondary legislation to reflect recent changes to reporting requirements for suspicious transactions.
Turkey
15 Sep 2016
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Turkey Tightens Cheque Issuance Regime
Turkey has tightened the legal regime for open chequing accounts, along with criminal sanctions for issuing dud cheques. Dud cheques were regularly issued in bad faith under the prior legislative regime.
Turkey
8 Sep 2016
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Turkey Announces Action Plan to Improve Transparency and Fight Corruption in 2016 to 2019
Turkey's Prime Ministry has announced an action plan ("Action Plan") for transparency and anti-corruption during the 2016 to 2019 period.
Turkey
24 May 2016
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Turkey Updates Legislative Framework For Extradition And Cooperation With Foreign Countries On Criminal Matters
These steps plays a vital role in Turkey's European Union harmonization process.
Turkey
19 May 2016
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Turkey Widens Scope Of Money Laundering And Terror Financing Regulations
Turkey's Ministry of Finance has amended various aspects of the legal framework regarding money laundering, terror financing and financial crimes investigation.
Turkey
18 Apr 2016
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Turkey Ratifies European Convention On Money Laundering, Search, Seizure And Confiscation Of Criminal Proceeds And Financing Of Terrorism
Turkey has ratified the Council of Europe Convention on Laundering, Search, Seizure and Confiscation of the Proceeds from Crime and on the Financing of Terrorism ("Convention"), with Law Number 6665.
Turkey
2 Mar 2016
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"Not One Single Country, Anywhere In The World, Is Corruption-Free" Says Transparency International In The Corruption Perceptions Index 2015, Which Witnesses Turkey's Continuing Decline.
Transparency International released its 2015 Corruption Perceptions Index ("CPI") 27 January 2015 in Berlin. Established in 1995, the CPI has become one of the most widely recognized indicators of corruption worldwide.
Turkey
28 Jan 2016
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2015 Situation Report On Counterfeiting In The European Union
Counterfeiting causes damage to consumers and enterprises, as well as directly finances organized crime.
European Union
14 Jan 2016
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Business Crimes Litigation In Turkey: Trends And Outlook
Only real persons can commit crimes and receive criminal penalties in Turkey. Legal entities cannot be held criminally liable in Turkey.
Turkey
17 Dec 2015
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The Role And Liabilities Of The Private Sector In Combatting Foreign Bribery In Turkey
Turkey signed the Convention on 17 December 1997 and deposited the ratification instrument with the OECD on 1 January 2000.
Turkey
28 Jan 2015
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Anti-corruption: Combatting Public Enemy Number One in Turkey
Beginning in the 1970s and really taking off after the end of Cold War, globalization, the increased number of economically liberalized markets, and the expanding volume of cross-border trading and commercial activities has led to corruption becoming a major national and international public issue.
Turkey
25 Oct 2014
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