The Turkish Competition Authority adopts a notice on the definition of relevant market

The Turkish Competition Authority (hereinafter referred as “Authority”) has recently adopted the “Guidelines on the Definition of Relevant Market” (hereinafter referred as “Notice”) on the basis of the European Commission Notice on the definition of relevant market for the purposes of Community competition law (97/C 372/03)(OJEC C 372, 9 December 1997, pp. 5-13) (hereinafter referred as “Commission Notice”). The purpose of the Notice is to provide guidance as to how the Authority applies the concept of relevant product and geographic market in its ongoing enforcement of Turkish competition law. It is underlined in its preamble, parallel to the Introduction of the Commission Notice, that the market definition is a tool to identify and define the boundaries of competition between undertakings

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Ercüment Erdem, The Turkish Competition Authority adopts a notice on the definition of relevant market, 28 January 2008, e-Competitions January 2008, Art. N° 19841

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