Despite the absence of a special provision related to commitments in the Turkish competition legislation, the Turkish Competition Board (“CB”), for a long time, has authorized the operations of concentration normally not acceptable under competition rules under certain conditions imposed to the parties. The CB, more recently, converted its practice to a merger clearance within the framework of the commitments proposed by the parties. This practice points out the same characteristics as the commitments already recognized in EU competition law. In order to fill the gap in the legislation, the commitments and conditional authorization have been included in the Draft Law Amending the Act on the Protection of Competition.
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