7th May, 2018

Vol. VII; Issue:19

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


News Updates from India


News Updates from Other Jurisdictions


v  CCI slaps Rs. 3.5 Crore fine on six firms, individuals for cartelisation


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v  Bayer-Monsanto merger gets approval in most developed markets; eyes on India now


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v  L&T to sell electrical unit to Schneider as it sharpens focus on core business


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v  Max, Exide Life shortlisted for IDBI Federal stake sale 

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v  Indian e-commerce market sees M&A deals worth $2.1 billion in 2017

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v  Kenya: Competition authority eases merger terms for small firms


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v  EU states back softer rules tackling unfair airline competition


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v  Pakistan: CCP fines 5 battery makers for misleading consumers


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v   T-Mobile-Sprint deal will be a tough sell to antitrust regulators


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v  Mexico anti-trust agency probes price fixing of diapers, toilet paper


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Scholarly Articles


v  The poverty of competition law


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CPL Updates


v  Exam schedule (12-15 June 2018) for both first time appearing participants and re-appearing participants from Certificate and Diploma courses has been shared.

v  Assignments have been assigned to appearing and re-appearing participants for Modules 1-8, to be attempted in order to appear in the upcoming Certificate/Diploma exams.


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