The Turkish Competition Authority evaluates allegations against luxury car manufacturers for refusing to provide spare parts (Fer Mas Oto Ticaret / Ferrari / Maserati / Aston Martin / Porsche)

The Competition Board («Board») evaluated the complaints against Fer Mas raised by a private service alleging that Fer Mas infringed effective competition by refusing to provide the requested spare parts. I. The parties and the allegations The complainant is a private service company providing services for Ferrari, Maserati, Aston Martin, and Porsche vehicles. The distributor of the spare parts of these brands in Turkey is Fer Mas. The complainant alleged that they have sought purchase spare parts for these brands from Fer Mas, but that their purchase request was refused by Fer Mas without any just cause. As a result, the complainant private service has suffered damage which cannot be overcome. Moreover, the complainant alleged that Fer Mas has infringed the Competition Act and also

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Ercüment Erdem, The Turkish Competition Authority evaluates allegations against luxury car manufacturers for refusing to provide spare parts (Fer Mas Oto Ticaret / Ferrari / Maserati / Aston Martin / Porsche), 4 November 2010, e-Competitions November 2010, Art. N° 34804

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