The Croatian Competition Authority imposes symbolic fines on 17 bakeries in Osijek for fixing prices agreement under the leadership of the local professional association (Osijek-Baranja Bakeries)

Minor Issues-I* I believe that one of the significant issues of Turkish Competition Law is that it does not have a provision which instructs a way to deal with the relatively insignificant restrictions (depending on the size of the undertakings or the market). Pursuant to the Act, any restriction of competition regardless of concerned undertakings’ size or the market shares would fall under the scope. As any colleague of mine would agree that this deficiency creates a large amount of job burden and causes time and labor loss. Cases that

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Çağlar Deniz Ata, The Croatian Competition Authority imposes symbolic fines on 17 bakeries in Osijek for fixing prices agreement under the leadership of the local professional association (Osijek-Baranja Bakeries), 11 September 2012, e-Competitions September 2012, Art. N° 58487

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