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     28th August, 2017

Vol. VI; Issue:35

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

 

News Updates from India

 

News Updates from Other Jurisdictions

  

v  Cartel cases: Individuals can seek leniency from Competition Commission of India

 

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v  Dish TV warns Competition Commission on Star Indiaís monopoly of cricket

 

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v  Idea seeks telecom departmentís nod for merger with Vodafone

 

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v  Allow screening of films dubbed into Kannada, directs CCI

 

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v  MCA proposes to halve CCI member strength to three

 

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v  Amazonís Whole Foods deal wins FTC antitrust approval

 

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v  EU launches in-depth probe into Bayer-Monsanto deal

 

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v  AT&T-Time Warner Deal Challenged by Brazil Antitrust Agency

 

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v  Australian antitrust regulator clears Murdoch to buy Ten Network

 

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v  Antitrust commission to look at regulatory issues hounding ride-sharing industry

 

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Scholarly Articles

 

v  Competition Law: Convergence in Uncertainty are We Where We Thought We Were?

 

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

The Next CPL class will be on 23rd September at National Law University Delhi. The Faculty shall be Ms Shweta Shroff Chopra (Partner Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co)

​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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