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Turkish Competition Roundup 2017
The Competition Roundup offers a comprehensive overview of Turkish competition law during 2017, as well as insight on trends and developments in Turkey during the period.
Turkey
18 May 2018
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The Lower Limit For Administrative Fines Relating To Competition Law Infringements Increase 14.47% For 2018 İn Turkey
The lower limit for Administrative Fines under the Law on the Protection of Competition number 4054 has increased by 14.47% for 2018, from 18,377 to 21,036 Turkish Liras.
Turkey
20 Dec 2017
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Turkey Announces A Series Of Amendments To Support Competition Among Alcohol Brands
Turkey's Tobacco and Alcohol Market Regulatory Authority has announced a series of changes which collectively support competition among alcohol brands, for sellers of open alcoholic beverages.
Turkey
15 Sep 2017
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Google Fined €2.42 Billion In Europe For Abuse Of Dominance, While Turkish Investigation Continues
The European Competition Commission recently issued a €2.42 billion fine to Google for abusing its market dominance as a search engine by granting advantages to its own comparison shopping service.
Turkey
15 Aug 2017
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Public Consultation In Turkey For Proposed Amendments To Vertical Guidelines, Addressing Online Sales And Most Favored Customer Clauses
The Turkish Competition Authority recently announced a public consultation period for proposed amendments and additions to its guidelines on vertical agreements.
Turkey
11 Aug 2017
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Employee Statements İn Turkish Competition Law: Binding Or Not?
The Turkish Competition Board ("Board") recently published a decision which could signal a changing stance on the admissibility of statements from employees of investigated undertakings.
Turkey
30 May 2017
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Turkish Competition Authority to Investigate Expo Market
The Turkish Competition Authority ("Authority") has announced that it will launch a sector enquiry, focusing on the expo industry.
Turkey
25 May 2017
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European Competition Watchdog Publishes Findings from its Two Year Examination of the e-Commerce Industry
In May 2015, the European Competition Commission ("Commission") launched an e-commerce sector inquiry as part of the Digital Single Market strategy, based on EU competition rules.
Turkey
24 May 2017
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Turkish Competition Board Publishes 2016 M&A Activity Report
Turkey's Competition Authority ("Authority") recently published a report on mergers and acquisitions examined by the Competition Board ("Board") during 2016 ("Report").
Turkey
16 May 2017
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Turkish Competition Roundup 2016
The Competition Roundup offers a comprehensive overview of Turkish competition law during 2016, as well as insight on trends and developments in Turkey during the period.
Turkey
2 May 2017
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Commercial Registries to Take Over Incorporation and Capital Increase Fee Collection from Competition Authority in Turkey
The 0.04% fees paid during company incorporation and capital increases for joint stock or limited companies will now be paid to commercial registries, rather than to the Turkish Competition Authority.
Turkey
27 Apr 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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Turkish Competition Board: No Further Investigation of Price Fixing Needed in Eastern Mediterranean Cement Market
The Turkish Competition Board ("Board") recently published a reasoned decision, deciding not to initiate a full scope investigation into an anonymous allegation of customer sharing and price fixing for bulk cement by six cement producers in the Eastern Mediterranean region.
Turkey
30 Mar 2017
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Turkish Competition Board Fines Luxottica Gözlük for Abuse of Dominance
The Turkish Competition Board recently published a short-form decision concluding that Luxottica Gözlük Endüstri ve Ticaret A.Ş. abused its dominant position in the sunglasses market, violating Article 6 of the Law on Protection of Competition Number 4054.
Turkey
9 Mar 2017
15
Turkish Trade Remedies – February 2017
An overview of notable decrees by the Council of Ministers and communiqués by the Ministry of Economy regarding prevention of unfair competition in imports, made during February 2017.
Turkey
8 Mar 2017
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Turkish Competition Board: Mey Icki Abused Dominant Position in Raki Market
The Turkish Competition Authority recently published a short-form decision from the Competition Board ("Board") concluding that Mey Icki San. ve Tic. A.Ş. ("Mey Icki") abused its dominant position in the Raki market (alcohol), violating Article 6 of the Law on Protection of Competition Number 4054 ("Competition Law").
Turkey
8 Mar 2017
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Turkey Amends Requirements for Merger Control Review
Turkey has changed merger control requirements for mergers and acquisitions. Changes introduce new circumstances when parties can notify the Competition Board ("Board") after a transaction has been realized. Certain transactions within a three-year period will now also be viewed as a single transaction for purposes of turnover threshold calculations.
Turkey
2 Mar 2017
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Turkey Overhauls Block Exemption for Vertical Agreements the Motor Vehicle Sector
Turkey's block exemption for distribution agreements in the motor vehicle sector has been amended. Changes aim to address problems encountered during implementation of the scheme, as well as experiences gained from similar exemptions in other sectors.
Turkey
2 Mar 2017
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Turkish Competition Authority Signals Certain Information Transfers in the Insurance Market May Require Individual Exemptions
The Turkish Competition Authority recently published a decision about a negative clearance/individual exemption application for an agreement between two competing insurance companies.
Turkey
23 Feb 2017
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Turkish Competition Board Fines Booking.com 2.5 Million Lira
The Turkish Competition Board ("Board") recently published a short-form decision concluding that Booking.com B.V. had breached Article 4 of Law on Protection of Competition Number 4054, by its contacts with partner accommodation facilities including price and quota parity, ...
Turkey
16 Jan 2017
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