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Abuse Of Dominant Position: Contours Changed
The Competition Act ("Act") prohibits "abuse of dominant position" and section 4 of the Act lists the criterion on the basis of which behavior is considered to be an abuse in the relevant market.
India
4 Apr 2019
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CCI On Leniency Regulations
Leniency programme is a whistle-blower protection of the CCI available to those enterprises or individuals that disclose their role in a cartel and cooperate with subsequent investigations.
India
2 Aug 2018
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Competition Law Flash - April 2018
Though this is only the second verdict emanating from the said Leniency Regulations, it bears testimony to the fact that the Regulations and CCI's approach in their interpretation is a step...
India
2 May 2018
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Competition Law Flash - March 2018
Section 6 of the CA mandates that an enterprise intending an acquisition covered under section 5 of the CA, must give a notice to the CCI seeking its approval of the acquisition to the extent that such acquisition...
India
23 Mar 2018
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The Evolving Competition Law Landscape For M&A
The substantive statutory provisions governing combinations are contained in sections 5 and 6 of the Competition Act, 2002 ("Act").
India
29 Nov 2017
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Anti-competitive Agreement: The Magnified Burden Of Proof
On March 7, 2017 the Supreme Court ("SC") delivered an important judgment in Competition Commission of India vs. Co-ordination Committee of Artists and Technicians of W. B. Film and Television and Ors...
India
2 Nov 2017
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The Excel Crop Case: Turnover vs. Relevant Turnover
Industrial manufacturing has grown with the rapid expansion of India's production market over the past twenty years.
India
 
9 Aug 2017
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Uber-Meru COMPAT Order: A New Beginning For Aggregator Based Radio Taxi Services
The Competition Commission of India ("CCI") has witnessed competition related issues pertaining to aggregator1 based radio taxi business across different states in India.
India
5 Jan 2017
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Cement Cartel Cases: Lessons For India's Competition Law Regime
India is the second largest producer of cement in the world, only after China. The cement industry is a vital part of the Indian economy, employing millions of people directly or indirectly.
India
27 Sep 2016
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CCI's Take On The Indian E-Commerce Market: Protect Competition, Not Competitors
One of the most promising sectors of the Indian market, the annual revenue of the e-commerce sector is projected to cross USD 16 billion by the end of 2015.
India
26 May 2015
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Order Against 14 Car Makers: CCI Again Shows Its Might!
Keeping the above in regard, this newsletter analyzes the August 25 order and talks about its implication on the business model of interested parties including OEMs.
India
10 Oct 2014
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Timing Of Merger Notification: Thumbs Down!
Timely consummation of global M&A transactions is of critical essence, and securing the necessary approvals in due time is critical to a successful closing.
India
30 Jul 2014
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Abuse Of Dominant Position In IPR License Agreements: Ericsson-Intex Spat
Intex Technologies filed a complaint against the Swedish company Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson, alleging abuse of dominance by Ericsson while negotiating a licensing agreement.
India
27 May 2014
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Extra-Territorial Jurisdiction Of CCI
The year 1991 was the "big bang" year for India as it ushered a wave of liberalisation and globalisation that swept the almost in tatters Indian economy.
India
8 Nov 2013
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Abuse Of Dominance: Even Non-Profit Organizations Not Exempted!
All enterprises in the markets need to adopt fair practices while doing business. A fair competition promotes efficiency, encourages innovation, facilitates better governance and ensures availability of goods at an affordable price.
India
30 Sep 2013
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Secret Agreement - Fragile Evidence
Collusive Bidding or Bid rigging denotes collusion of bidders with an intention to keep the bid amount at a pre-determined level.
India
16 Sep 2013
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Anti-Competitive Agreements: Tests And Tribulation
While doing business in India, parties are prohibited from executing anti-competitive agreements.
India
11 Jul 2013
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No Back-Out Allowed Once A Public Offer Is Made!
Under the Securities Exchange Board of India Regulations, 1997, if an acquirer proposes to acquire 15% or more of the voting rights in a target company, it is required to make an open offer.
India
25 Jun 2013
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CCI Eases Norms For M&A
The Competition Commission of India has recently amended the CCI Regulations, 2011 easing norms for certain M&A activity.
India
17 Apr 2013
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Proposed Amendments In The Competition Act: A Positive Step Forward?
The Competition Commission of India is an active regulatory body and, in a short span, has made its presence felt across a wide spectrum of industry.
India
25 Feb 2013
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