The Turkish Competition Authority decides that the labor market is subject to competition law enforcement

Turkish Competition Authority Reiterates: Labor Market is Subject to Competition Law Enforcement* Anti-competitive practices in the labor markets have generally not been on the radar of the competition watchdogs. Given the increase in the number of cases dealing with the labor markets within the last five years, this appears to change. The Turkish Competition Authority (“TCA”) contributed to that shift by publishing on May 6, 2020 another decision related with the labor markets [1]. The decision concerns an agreement about fixing the wages of the truck drivers and it took place between 47 undertakings dealing with land transportation of containers to/from ports. The TCA’s decision has various interesting aspects. Firstly, it is one of its handful of decisions related with the labor

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Bahadır Balkı, Baran Can Yıldırım, Celal Duruhan Aydinli, The Turkish Competition Authority decides that the labor market is subject to competition law enforcement, 2 January 2020, e-Competitions January 2020, Art. N° 94838

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