The Turkish Competition Board decides that a mechanical door lock manufacturer did not abuse its dominant position through various pricing practices (Kale Kilit)

The Competition Board (“Board”) decided in its decision dated 06.12.2012 and numbered 12-62/1633-598 that Kale Kilit ve Kalıp Sanayi Anonim Şirketi (“Kale Kilit”) did not carry the characteristics of abuse with its predatory pricing practices and discount systems, and therefore decided not to impose administrative fines on Kale Kilit. Undertaking Subject to the Investigation Kale Kilit is a company established in 1953 that produces mechanical door locks used in construction. Legal Framework of the Investigation Article 6 of the Act on the Protection of Competition No. 4054 (“Competition Act”) prohibits the abuse, by one or more undertakings, of their dominant position in a market for goods or services within the whole or a part of the country on their own, or through agreements with

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Ercüment Erdem, The Turkish Competition Board decides that a mechanical door lock manufacturer did not abuse its dominant position through various pricing practices (Kale Kilit), 6 December 2012, e-Competitions Bulletin December 2012, Art. N° 59415

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