This case note analyses the decision of the Turkish Competition Authority (TCA) in which it has decided that the recommendation of some vehicle tracking system providers vis-à-vis others in a letter drafted by the Union of Road Transporters Association in Ankara (Association) and sent to its members did not violate the Act on the Protection of Competition 1994 (the Act). Background The case was opened upon the complaint of a vehicle tracking system provider, Mobiliz, which alleged that the Association infringed the Act by recommending the use of the services of two specific vehicle tracking system providers in a letter that it sent to its members. The complainant argued that the letter in question included the company names of two of its competitors, Arvento and Karel, but not its
The Turkish Competition Authority rejects the complaint that the recommendation of some vehicle tracking system providers vis-à-vis others by the Union of Road Transporters Association violates the competition act (Mobiliz)
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