OECD's comprehensive review of regulatory reform in Turkey. It finds that Turkey is a comparative latecomer to regulatory reform. Yet, there is a crucial need for it. The Turkish economy has suffered from macro-economic instability and chronic inflation, in part because of weak governance.Direct pass through of such costs into transmission pricing is likely to yield poor performance and higher prices for consumers. ... Care must be exercised in any mitigation measures that these do not prevent the resolution of underlying problems or ... The framework for competition established by the law and the structure and functions of the regulator accord with OECD ... 92-64-19808-3 a Ac OECD 2002 II.5 ELECTRICITY, GAS AND ROAD FREIGHT TRANSPORT SECTORS Conclusion.
|Title||:||OECD Reviews of Regulatory Reform OECD Reviews of Regulatory Reform: Turkey 2002 Crucial Support for Economic Recovery|
|Publisher||:||OECD Publishing - 2002-11-14|