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     17th  July, 2017

Vol. VI; Issue:29

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

 

News Updates from India

 

News Updates from Other Jurisdictions

  

v  Competition Commission orders fresh probe against GAIL

 

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v  CCI clears Essilor-Luxottica deal

 

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v  GTL Infrastructure-Chennai Network deal gets CCI nod

 

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v  MS Sahoo - ‘India needs separate regulations to address issues on control of markets’

 

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v  HDFC Life, Max working on new merger structure

 

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v  German Antitrust Authority Issues Guidelines on Resale Price Maintenance

 

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v  Brazil gives antitrust clearance to Magnesita-RHI tie-up

 

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v  Australia’s Antitrust Regulator Clashes With Tribunal on Merger Review

 

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v  UK - Newspapers to bid for antitrust exemption to tackle Google and Facebook

 

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v  China's commerce ministry concludes 156 antitrust probes in H1

 

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Scholarly Articles

 

v  How the Uber & Lyft Case Provides an Impetus to Re-Examine Buyer Power in the World of Big Data and Algorithms

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What’s next in the Competition Policy & Law Course? Course by CIRC in association with NLUD

 

The Next CPL class will be on 26th August 2017.

 

CCI's National Essay Competition - 2017-18 – for students only

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​Online Certificate & Professional Diploma in Public Procurement powered by World Bank Certificate Course is free!

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Your feedback/comments/suggestions are welcome at: cpl@circ.in

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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