The Turkish Competition Authority publishes its Motor Vehicles Sector Report and a New Block Exemption Communiqué on Vertical Agreements in Motor Vehicles Sector

Introduction The motor vehicles sector is one of the biggest sectors in today’s world, and it has enormous impact in a variety of associated sectors, such as iron and steel, light metals, petrochemical, tire, plastics, tourism, and transportation. The automotive industry is one of the major drivers of the Turkish economy. As per the sector representatives, Turkey’s automotive exports are expected to reach $25 billion in 2017, with 8% increase from 2016 [1]. By virtue of the huge volume of automotive exports, the sector employs approximately 50.000 people, while the supply industry employs 200.000 people, and these figures reach a large number of people when dealerships, logistics, and authorized and private services are counted in [2]. Therefore, the leading position of the automotive

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Ercüment Erdem, The Turkish Competition Authority publishes its Motor Vehicles Sector Report and a New Block Exemption Communiqué on Vertical Agreements in Motor Vehicles Sector, 24 February 2017, e-Competitions Bulletin February 2017, Art. N° 84865

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