The Turkish Competition Board publishes a decision following its preliminary investigation on alleged restrictive practices by an undertaking and its retailers in a wide range of sectors (Doğtaş Kelebek Mobilya / Yataş Yorgan ve Yatak San ve)

Introduction On January 9 2018 the Competition Board published a reasoned decision dated September 27 2017 ( 1 7-30/487-211) following its preliminary investigation into allegations by Doğtaş Kelebek Mobilya San ve Tic AŞ that Yataş Yorgan ve Yatak San ve Tic AŞ had violated Article 4 of Law 4054 on the Protection of Competition. The allegations concerned the claim that Yataş had, through its best price guarantee campaign, restricted competition by acting in cooperation with independent retailers or pressuring them with abusive pricing policies. Doğtaş is a company active in various sectors, including furnishings, tourism and construction, while Yataş is active in the manufacture of beds, sofas and sofa suites in the furnishing and home textile sectors. Yataş owns five active brands,

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Gönenç Gürkaynak, The Turkish Competition Board publishes a decision following its preliminary investigation on alleged restrictive practices by an undertaking and its retailers in a wide range of sectors (Doğtaş Kelebek Mobilya / Yataş Yorgan ve Yatak San ve), 27 September 2017, e-Competitions Bulletin September 2017, Art. N° 86347

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