The Turkish Competition Authority initiales a full-fledged investigation on the Turkish poultry sector and concludes that sector specific justifications are not enough to prevent violations (BESDBIR)

ASSESSMENT OF INFORMATION EXCHANGE FINES UNDER TURKISH COMPETITION LAW REGIME: SECTOR SPECIFIC JUSTIFICATIONS MAY NOT BE ENOUGH TO PREVENT THE VIOLATIONS !* Competition law, at its core, is a case law based practice. The natural habitat of enforcement for competition rules is the consolidation of bilateral and multilateral commercial relationships that we came to know as the system of economy. In an effort to maximize the consumer welfare (and eventually the total welfare via innovation and creative destruction), antitrust enforcers impose a certain regulatory framework onto economic relationships, which have a self-defined point of balance. Accordingly, right at this sharp interception of law and economics, antitrust rules are expected to protect the consumer welfare whilst

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  • Balcıoğlu Selçuk Akman Keki (BASEAK)
  • Balcıoğlu Selçuk Akman Keki (BASEAK) (Istanbul)

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Armanç Canbeyli, Evren Sesli, The Turkish Competition Authority initiales a full-fledged investigation on the Turkish poultry sector and concludes that sector specific justifications are not enough to prevent violations (BESDBIR), 13 March 2019, e-Competitions Exchange of information in associations of undertakings, Art. N° 92232

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