The Turkish Competition Authority finds no evidence on exclusionary practices by incumbents against a new entrant in the market for meal cards (Metropal)

This case note analyses the decision of the Turkish Competition Authority (TCA) in which it has rejected the complaint due to lack of evidence that the incumbent undertakings in the market for meal cards collectively resorted to certain exclusionary practices upon the entry into market of the complainant. Background The case was opened upon the complaint of a new market entrant, Metropal, which inter alia alleged that the incumbent undertakings in the market for meal cards including Sodexo, Edenred, Multinet and Setcard collectively resorted to certain exclusionary practices upon its entry into the market. In this respect, the complainant claimed that the incumbents warned their customers that Metropal was a new undertaking and would not make its repayments on time as it would soon

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Ahmet Fatih Ozkan, The Turkish Competition Authority finds no evidence on exclusionary practices by incumbents against a new entrant in the market for meal cards (Metropal), 11 April 2017, e-Competitions Bulletin April 2017, Art. N° 84269

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