The Turkish Competition Authority clears a merger in the chemicals sector subject to transfer of products licenses to a third party (Glaxo-SmithKline)

The operation Prior to the transaction Glaxo was a public company which was engaged in research, development, production and marketing in the pharmaceuticals sector. Glaxo had a Turkish subsidiary named Glaxo Wellcome Ilaclarý San. A.S. (“Glaxo Turkey”) through which Glaxo carried out its activities in Turkey. SmithKline was also a public company which was engaged in research, development, production, marketing of primarily medicines, vaccines, OTC medicines and other pharmaceuticals. SmithKline carried out its activities in Turkey through its Turkish Subsidiary, SmithKline

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Zümrüt Esin, The Turkish Competition Authority clears a merger in the chemicals sector subject to transfer of products licenses to a third party (Glaxo-SmithKline), 3 August 2000, e-Competitions Bulletin Licensing agreements, Art. N° 21905

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