This study analyses the press release of the Turkish Competition Authority (TCA) in which it has warned driving schools not to infringe Article 4 of the Act on the Protection of Competition 1994 (the Act) by fixing the prices and discount rates for driving courses, sharing markets and trainees, limiting the maximum number of trainees, creating revenue-sharing pools and developing enforcement mechanisms to punish cheating. Press Release The TCA began by stating that the driving schools market is one of the markets in Turkey where allegations of competition law infringements are widespread across the country. Pointing to the growing increase in the number of complaints concerning anticompetitive practices in this market, The TCA then made reference to its recently launched
The Turkish Competition Authority warns driving schools not to form cartels
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