12th March, 2018

Vol. VII; Issue:11

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


News Updates from India


News Updates from Other Jurisdictions


v  CCI fines Jet Airways, IndiGo, SpiceJet for unfair business practices


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v  Centre mulls action against cement companies for cartelisation


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v  CCI clears proposals for RCom asset sale to Reliance Jio


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v  CCI issues 100 notices to auto parts firms to investigate global cartels

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v   With CCI approval, IDFC Bank- Capital First merger moves ahead: A quick recap

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v  Telecom giant Bezeq slapped with NIS 30 million antitrust fine

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v  BASF seeks EU antitrust approval to buy Bayer assets


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v  US chipmaker GlobalFoundries asks China to probe TSMC


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v  South Africa: Antitrust regulator rejects Safair and SA Airlink deal


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v  Amazon's attempt to land major Pentagon job stokes antitrust fears


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Scholarly Articles


v  The Merger Incipiency Doctrine and the Importance of 'Redundant' Competitors


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Upcoming Events


International Conference on Competition & Development - How Can Competition Policy Promote Inclusive Growth? | 19 March 2018 | India International Centre

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CPL Updates


CPL Classes for Modules 1-8 have been scheduled from 26th March 30th March 2018 | Venue National Law University, Dwarka Sector-14, Delhi.


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