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CIRComp

Weekly

 

11th June, 2018

Vol. VII; Issue:24

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

 

News Updates from India

 

News Updates from Other Jurisdictions

  

v  Apex court to hear NSE plea on CCI fine

 

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v  Competition watchdog orders probe against world’s richest cricket board BCCI for 'abuse of dominant position'

 

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v  Competition Commission of India may suggest structural changes in Walmart-Flipkart deal

 

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v  Deferring the release of ‘Padman’ to avoid clash with ‘Padmavat’ not an anti-competitive practise: CCI

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v  CCI may soon lose adjudicating powers, authority to pass orders & penalise

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v  Deal makers brace for major antitrust ruling in AT&T-Time Warner case

 

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v  Qualcomm asks EU Court to overturn $1.2 billion antitrust fine

 

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v  Google braced for Brussels penalty over abuse of market dominance

 

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v  Australia charges former heads of Citi, Deutsche Bank in a cartel case

 

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v  China launches antitrust probe against US and Korean chipmakers

 

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Scholarly Articles

 

v  Antitrust Analysis of Big Data

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CPL Updates

 

v  Examination for CIRC NLU D certificate and diploma courses to be held from 12-15 June at Room No 203, Academic Block, NLU Delhi.

 

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