The Turkish Competition Authority fines an undertaking for abusing of its dominant position via implementing exclusionary MFC clauses in its agreements (Yemeksepeti)

With the developments in online services, our habits in everyday life has been changing rapidly. Nowadays, one can cater any of its needs via websites or simple smartphone apps instantly. And all these developments have also been reflected its effects on maybe one of our most common and frequent habit; grocery shopping. We experienced (and still experiencing) the change from going to our friendly neighborhood grocery store to ordering anything we need anytime, anywhere with the promise of delivery within minutes through our smartphones. Istanbul was introduced with instant grocery delivery services (probably) invented by a startup called “Getir” meaning “Bring” in English back in 2015; established by the same entrepreneur, Nazım Salur, who launched “BiTaksi”, an app that one can hail a cab

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Bahadır Balkı, Nabi Can Acar, Burak Bugrahan Sezer, The Turkish Competition Authority fines an undertaking for abusing of its dominant position via implementing exclusionary MFC clauses in its agreements (Yemeksepeti), 9 June 2016, e-Competitions June 2016, Art. N° 92171

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