19th March, 2018

Vol. VII; Issue:12

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


News Updates from India


News Updates from Other Jurisdictions


v  Competition Commission of India approves Brenntag-Raj Petro deal


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v  Honda scooters to face CCI probe over ‘unfair’ practices


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v  No need for intervention in predatory pricing: CCI Chief 


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v  MMT, Yatra and Goibibo renew partnership with Oyo to boost business

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v  Competition Commission looks at amending recruitment rules

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v  FTC raids Amazon Japan over suspected antitrust violation

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v  Bayer is said to face U.S. antitrust hurdles over Monsanto


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v  ArcelorMittal offers EU antitrust concessions in Ilva buy


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v  German antitrust head plans third digital market investigation


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v  SK on edge about delayed antitrust regulatory approval from China on Toshiba deal


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Scholarly Articles


v  Merger control and the public interest: European spotlight on foreign direct investment and national security


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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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Disclaimer: The material/ information contained in this weekly newsletter do not constitute/ substitute professional/ institutional advice. This compilation of news and views is solely for educational/ academic purposes, without any commercial intent. CIRC assumes no responsibility for any errors, which despite all precautions, may be