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Weekly

 

     16th August, 2017

Vol. VI; Issue:33

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

 

News Updates from India

 

News Updates from Other Jurisdictions

  

v  CCI clears Warburg Pincus' 49% stake buy in Tata Tech

 

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v  CCI rejects complaint against Tata Housing Development

 

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v  SC rejects CCI order against GSK, Sanofi

 

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v  CCI rejects complaint against realty firm SJR Enterprises

 

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v  NCLT admits proposals for Aircel-RCom merger, Brookfield Tower sale

 

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v  Apple is facing antitrust complaints from developers in China

 

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v  Tougher Brazil antitrust tack may give IPOs edge over M&A

 

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v  Microsoft, Kaspersky end antitrust dispute

 

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v  Australia antitrust regulator raises flags on BP Woolworths petrol buyout

 

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v  Bangladesh - Turning Competition Commission into a quasi-judicial body

 

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Scholarly Articles

 

v  Procompetitive Justifications

 

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

The Next CPL class is scheduled on 26th August at National Law College Delhi, the faculty will be Mr Amitabh Kumar (Partner J Sagar Associates).

 

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

CUTS Institute for Regulation & Competition (CIRC)

D-72, First Floor, Hauz Khas, New Delhi- 110 016

Tel: 011-26863022/23, 41621232

W: www.circ.in

 

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