CCIA Offers Recommendations To Turkish Competition Authorities

BY Heather Greenfield
April 29, 2020

Brussels, BELGIUM — CCIA submitted comments on a market study into competition and the digital economy by Rekabet Kurumu (“Rekabet”), the Turkish Competition Authority. CCIA commended Rekabet for seeking a better understanding of the legal, economic and policy challenges that arise with the digitalization of the global economy and its significance in the competition analysis. CCIA offered its expertise on issues like proof of harm, multi-sided business models and the role of data as authorities examine how to best grow their digital economy.

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