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     27th  June, 2017

Vol. VI; Issue:26

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

 

News Updates from India

 

News Updates from Other Jurisdictions

  

v  Jio seeks approval from CCI on spectrum sharing with RCom

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v  CCI approves Sumitomo Corp's stake acquisition in MASPL

 

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v  Govt again exempts vessel sharing pacts from CCI ambit

 

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v  Idea Celular moves Bombay HC for stay on CCI probe into cartelisation

 

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v  Competition Commission rejects complaint against producers of Kahaani 2

 

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v  Intel's EU fine appeal close to a ruling

 

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v  Germany:  Sausage Makers Slip Through ‘Sausage Gap’, Skirting Millions in Antitrust Fines

 

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v   Brazil antitrust watchdog mulls veto of Kroton-Estácio merger –papers

 

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v  S. Korea's antitrust watchdog chief urges businesses to reform voluntarily

 

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v  Japanese liner merger rejected by South African Competition Commission

 

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Scholarly Articles

 

v  Between a Rock and Two Hard Places: WhatsApp at the Crossroad of Competition, Data Protection and Consumer Law

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