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13th February, 2017

Vol. VI; Issue:07

A Weekly e-Newsletter for News update on Competition Law and Policy

 

News Updates from India

 

News Updates from Other Jurisdictions

  

   Competition Commission of India rejects complaint against Franco- Indian Pharmaceuticals.

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   CCI nods acquisition of Reliance Infra transmission assets by Adani.

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   CCI clears Maersk firm of anti-competition charges.

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   Now, Airtel Moves Competition Commission against Jio; Alleges Predatory Pricing.

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   Competition Commission Can Be Lenient: Legal Scaffold vis a vis The Indian Railway Case.
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  Philippians, PSA to release results of market-competition survey in April.

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  Australia, Telcos band together to oppose removal of competition laws.

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  Pakistan, CCP issues show cause notice to Kaymu.pk

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  US, in the age of Uber and Snapchat, antitrust law needs an update.

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  UK Plans To Continue Antitrust Enforcement During Brexit.

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Scholarly Articles

 

  Grounds for Private Enforcement of Albanian Competition Law

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Whats next in the Competition Policy & Law Course? Course by CIRC in association with NLUD

 

  Results for Certificate and Diploma Course Exams for module 1-4 and 5-8 are announced and mailed to the participants.

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 Disclaimer: The material/ information contained in this weekly newsletter do not constitute/ substitute professional/ institutional advice. This compilation of news and views is solely for educational/ academic purposes, without any commercial intent. CIRC assumes no responsibility for any errors, which despite all precautions, may be