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     03rd  July, 2017

Vol. VI; Issue:27

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

 

News Updates from India

 

News Updates from Other Jurisdictions

  

v  Bharti Airtelís deals with Videocon, Aircel approved, says Competition Commission of India

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v  Govt relaxes combinations norm under competition law

 

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v  Competition Comm clears stake purchase in ICICI Lombard

 

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v  Sequent Scientific gets CCI approval for scheme of arrangement

 

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v  HDFC Life, Max rejig merger plans after IRDA's cancellation

 

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v  Brazil antitrust body said poised to reject Kroton-Estacio deal

 

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v  Korea reviewing antitrust laws due to Google, Facebook

 

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v  LG Electronics' Russian arm charged with antitrust violation

 

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v  Taiwan's ASE determined on merger with SPIL amid China anti-trust review

 

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v  Japan regulator ends LNG resale restrictions

 

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Scholarly Articles

 

v  The prescription drug pricing moment: using public health analysis to clarify the fair competition debate on prescription drug pricing and consumer welfare

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