I. Introduction The articles in this Special Issue aim to demonstrate how the Turkish Competition Board (the “Board”) paved the way for the harmonization of the Turkish competition law regime with European Union law over the span of the past decade on various fronts. In a similar vein, these articles also intend to shed light on the contemporary approach adopted by the Board in cases concerning anticompetitive practices, unilateral practices and mergers. At a first glance, it might be beneficial to briefly underline the rationale beneath such harmonization before diving into the essentials of the matters that are covered within this Special Issue. Indeed, as per the Ankara Agreement (“Ankara Agreement”) executed between the European Economic Community and the Republic of Turkey, it is
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