According to the Law of Turkmenistan on Entrepreneurship, entrepreneurs are not allowed to use actions that restrict competition, unless otherwise provided by the legislative acts of Turkmenistan, including:
- actions that undermine the reputation of a competitor, colluding to limit production, divide markets, maintain monopoly high or low prices;
- misappropriation of other sides’ trademarks (brand names), information that allows to copy products of other manufacturers, as well as other actions not provided for by law.
Profits received as a result of restricting competition and other actions not provided for by law are subject to recovery in the prescribed manner.
Source: Law of Turkmenistan on Entrepreneurship