15th May, 2017

Vol. VI; Issue:20

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


News Updates from India


News Updates from Other Jurisdictions


v   CCI to probe Idea, Vodafone, Airtel on Jio's complaint alleging cartelisation

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v  Competition Commission of India approves Videocon D2H & Dish TV merger

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v  SC clips penal powers of CCI, says penalty should be on 'relevant market turnover'

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v  CCI approves JTEKT Corp's stake acquisition in SKSSL

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v  CCI order on Great Eastern Energy challenged in COMPAT

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v  European Commission publishes final report on e-commerce sector inquiry

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v  Comcast, Charter ward off deal talk with Cable Mega-Alliance

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v  Italy antitrust body fines Whatsapp over customer data terms

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v  Bumble Bee agrees to plead guilty in tuna price fixing scheme

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v  Brazilian Antitrust Authority Approves Brasil Kirin sale to Heineken

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Scholarly Articles


v  A Unifying Standard for Monopolization: 'Objective Anticompetitive Purpose'

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