Answer ... Yes, all decisions of the Trade Competition Commission (TCC) can be appealed (on a full-review basis) to the Central Administrative Court and, subsequently, to the Supreme Administrative Court.
Answer ... Conceptually, third parties that are directly affected by the TCC’s decisions may challenge such decisions before the Central Administrative Court and, subsequently, before the Supreme Administrative Court. For example, if the TCC approves a proposed merger despite apparent adverse effects on competition in the relevant market, it is conceptually possible that another player in the market may bring a case against the TCC before the Central Administrative Court.