24th  July, 2017

Vol. VI; Issue:30

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


News Updates from India


News Updates from Other Jurisdictions


v  Relief for Coal India as NCLAT stays two competition commission orders


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v  CCI approves Softbank’s 20% stake buy in One97 Communications


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v  Competition Commission of India rejects unfair business practices complaint against pharma firm Sanofi


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v  Competition Commission rejects complaint against Ola


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v  Airtel accuses Reliance Jio of creating monopoly - Says Jio’s proposal to move to Bill and Keep will further burden other operators


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v  EU accuses Teva Pharmaceutical of anti-competitive behaviour


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v  FTC looking into Amazon discount-pricing policy: report


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v  Brazil: Regulator considers Votorantim-ArcelorMittal agreement 'complex'


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v  German carmakers face new antitrust scandal


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v  CCP to examine 'foreign airline' charges


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Scholarly Articles


v  Multisided markets and the challenge of incorporating multisided considerations into competition law analysis


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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 2017 at NLU Delhi


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! Read More

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