The existence of a competition culture has an extremely important role in the succeeding of a competition policy. Competition culture mainly involves being informed about the benefits introduced by competition, and the formation and development of the necessary awareness in the society as to the role possessed by the implementation of competition rules in securing such benefits. Competition culture in consumers, business circles, and public institutions and organizations enables that competition culture is rapidly adopted and implemented in that country. Within this framework, it is required that competition agencies carry out symposium, seminar, conference and educational activities, utilize printed and visual media channels, and publish explanatory guides in relation to the practice and the legislation for the formation and development of a competition culture. As a matter of fact, being aware of this task and responsibility, the Competition Authority tries to endeavor for the formation and development of a competition culture in the country.