Competition & Antitrust

17 June 2021

Use of economic evidence in antitrust investigations – fertiliser supplier decision

The Competition Board has published its reasoned decision regarding its investigation into whether six fertiliser suppliers violated Law 4054 on the Protection of Competition, which prohibits, among other things, anti-competitive agreements and concerted practices. The decision comprises important Competition Board assessments and findings as to how insufficient documentary evidence can be supported by economic evidence to prove the existence of an anti-competitive agreement.

Gönenç Gürkaynak Authors: Gönenç Gürkaynak | Baran Can Yıldırım | Gizem Yeşilbudak | Aysu Tanoğlu

Turkey | ELIG Gurkaynak Attorneys-at-Law

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