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TCA's "Meal Card" Decision: Crucial Insights For Determining Full Functional Character Of A Joint Venture
On 15.04.2019, the TCA published its reasoned decision whereby it imposed administrative fines totalling to approximately TRY 8 million (EUR 1,2 million) against Sodexo and Edenred as well as Network Servisleri A.Ş. , ...
Turkey
22 Apr 2019
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Resale Price Maintenance In Turkey In Light Of The Most Recent Case Law
Both decisions are quite extraordinary from the perspective of the established customs and precedents of the TCA.
Turkey
12 Apr 2019
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Recent Trade Remedy Investigation In Turkey – Cooperating Parties' Victory
On 9 March 2019, the Turkish Ministry of Trade announced its final decision regarding the anti-circumvention investigation that had been initiated concerning imports of certain articulated link chain and parts thereof.
Turkey
13 Mar 2019
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A Preference For Structural Remedies Over Behavioural Remedies: Effectiveness Of Behavioural Remedies Has Been Questioned By The Administrative Court
TCA had granted a conditional clearance to transaction concerning acquisition of MARDAŞ, which is a port operator in the Marmara Region, by LİMAR that is under control of Arkas Group , which has joint control over MARPORT.
Turkey
4 Feb 2019
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No More Attorney-Client Privilege For Competition Compliance Programmes In Turkey, At Least For Now…
Since there was no clear provision concerning the boundaries of the attorney-client privilege in competition law.
Turkey
14 Jan 2019
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The Turkish Competition Authority's M&A Overview Of 2018
Mergers and Acquisitions Overview Report 2018 ("Report") was published at the website of the Turkish Competition Authority ("TCA") on January 9, 2019.
Turkey
11 Jan 2019
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General Court's Taking On The Responsibility Of The Parent Company In Deutsche Telekom And The Case Law In Turkey
In 2014, Europe's largest telecoms provider Deutsche Telekom and its Slovak subsidiary were imposed a total fine of €69.84m by the EC for abusing their dominant position in Slovakia's broadband internet infrastructure market.
Turkey
8 Jan 2019
9
Hefty Fine Imposed On Facebook For "Misleading And Aggressive Practices"
Considering the foregoing, AGCM published a press release notifying that the investigation is concluded on 29 November 2018.
Turkey
19 Dec 2018
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Integrated System In The Bus Transportation Services Market – A Type Of Agency Agreement Or Not?
On October 15, 2018, the Plenary Session of the Administrative Law Chamber of the Council of State reversed the decision of the 13th Chamber of the Council of State, which annulled the Turkish Competition Authority's decision ...
Turkey
29 Nov 2018
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Samsung And Apple Were Fined For "Planned Obsolescence"
Italian Competition Authority, Autorità Garante Della Concorrenza E Del Mercato ("AGCM"), has fined Apple and Samsung on 24 October 2018 due to "planned obsolescence" of their smartphones ...
Italy
13 Nov 2018
12
European Commission Opens In-Depth Investigation Into Possible Collusion Between German Car Manufacturers On Clean Emission Technology
It should be noted that anti-competitive agreements concerning emission standards compliance is not a new topic in EU competition law.
European Union
26 Sep 2018
13
Amazon's Dual Role Of Merchant And Platform Under Antitrust Scrutiny In The EU
Amazon embraced a business model which places innovation, accessibility and customer satisfaction at its core and its current position indicates that it probably is the best company in the world in terms of implementing this model.
Turkey
24 Sep 2018
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Turkish Competition Authority Brings Halt To Credit Card Information Storage Services Provided By The Subsidiary Of Well-Established Banks
Bankalararası Kart Merkezi A.Ş. is a corporation and association of undertakings founded by 13 banks.
Turkey
24 Sep 2018
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Google Is Under The Spotlight Once Again
In August, President Donald Trump criticised technology firms including Google, Facebook and Twitter claiming that they could "represent a very antitrust situation".
Turkey
17 Sep 2018
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Turkey's Personal Data Protection Board Released Three New Decisions
The Turkish data protection legislation has become one of the hot topics since its announcement in the Official Gazette in 2016.
Turkey
7 Aug 2018
17
TCA Orders Translation Federations To Stop Publishing Price Lists In Turkey
The TCA has issued a warning to Certified Translation Federation and Federation of International Translators and Translation Agencies with its decision dated 3 May 2018 to stop publishing recommended price lists.
Turkey
6 Aug 2018
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EU Commission - Resale Price Maintenance In Online Sales Has A Broader Effect
The European Commission ("Commission") issued a series of penalties and eventually imposed more than EUR 111 million fine to four well known consumer electronics companies, namely Asus, Denon & Marantz, Philips and Pioneer ...
Turkey
30 Jul 2018
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Google Android Decision: Is EU Competition Law Becoming A Tool To Impose The Union's Industrial Policies – Should Turkey Follow The Commission?
The decision also opens the door to civil actions under which affected parties may claim compensation for damages incurred due to Google's abusive conduct.
Turkey
27 Jul 2018
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Private Antitrust Litigation Turkey 2019
In Turkey, private antitrust litigation has been applicable since Law No. 4054 on the Protection of Competition (Competition Law) entered into force in 1994.
Turkey
26 Jul 2018
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