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Competition Law
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. Although it was...
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Collusive Bidding or Bid rigging denotes collusion of bidders (actual or potential) with an intention to keep the bid amount at a pre-determined level. Collusion must be generated by a...
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While doing business in India, parties are prohibited from executing anti-competitive agreements. Generally, the agreements which cause or are likely to cause appreciable adverse effect on competition (“AAEC”) are anti-competitive...
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The Competition Commission of India (“CCI”) has passed some historic orders in the last 12 months. While the Competition Act, 2002 (“Act”) is still being tested across industries, the members...
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On May 28 2012, the Competition Commission of India (“CCI”), permitted Independent Media Trust (“IMT”) to subscribe to Zero Coupon Optionally Convertible Debentures (“ZCOD”) issued by promoter companies (“Promoter Companies”),...
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The recent decision of the Competition Commission of India (“CCI”) in Jindal Steel & Power Ltd. v. Steel Authority of India Ltd. and Anr is of immense significance. The judgment...
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Competition Commission of India (“CCI”) stepped into a new regulatory role with the release of CCI (Procedure in regard to transaction of business relating to combination) Regulations, 2011 (“Combination Regulations”)...
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