Last week I attended International Bar Association’s (“IBA”) 26th Annual Communications and Competition Law Conference in London. The conference was attended by practitioners from around the world, in-house counsels, IBA executives, as well as executives involved in the IBA’s Antitrust Committee and Communications Law Committee and officers from the European Commission. Attendees discussed the recent heavily debated issues arising from the intersection of competition and communication law.
(Turkish version can be found below)
Lately, both global and local competition law enforcement is focusing on online markets. The recent press release of the Turkish Competition Authority about opening an investigation on the activities of Yemeksepeti and the press release about the statement of objections of the European Commission against Google, signals that e-commerce markets will be on the radar screen of the competition law enforcers for a near future.