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Historical Evolution Of Modern Competition Law In India

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Competition Law promotes or seeks to maintain market competition by regulating anti-competitive conduct by companies. After independence of India there were massive changes in economy and trade...

Current Competition Law Framework Governing Hostile Takeovers

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What Is The Current Competition Law Framework That Governs Hostile Takeovers? Any expected merger or acquisition that falls inside the models set down under section 5 of the Act should be nece...

Cartel

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There are some agreements which are assumed to be unreasonable thus it is treated as unlawful or illegal. Cartels are coming under this head of agreements that is causing grave amount of harm t...

The Classic Causality Dilemma In Probing Allegations Of Predatory Pricing As ...

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It was in the year 2017 that one of India's leading telecom players, Bharti Airtel Limited, alleged contravention of certain provisions of the Competition Act, 2002, by the then new entrant int...

Digital Platforms And Competition Law: A Conflict?

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Digital Economy The use of the term 'technology' has evolved significantly over time. Today, technology has delved into almost every aspect of our daily lives making sure that traditional fiel...

Criminalization of Cartels In India

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What Is a Cartel?A cartel is an affiliation crafted from a right association among a meeting of makers of a decent or management to govern deliver to direct or manage charges. All in all, a car...

Digital Markets: Upcoming Changes In Global And Domestic Jurisprudence

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Digital technology has become an extremely important element in our lives and is now even further deeply seated in our day-to-day activities due to the onset of the Covid-19 world pandemic. A ...

Dominant Position In One Relevant Market To Enter Into Or Protect Other

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What happens if an enterprise being a market leader in an existing relevant product/ service market, on its own or through it's subsidiary enters or funds entry of its affiliate(s) into another...

Relevant Market: An Important Factor in Determining Abuse. Competition Act, 2002

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Individual sellers compete to obtain the favour of purchasers in order to improve their revenues or market share. The Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Act, 1969 was replaced by the Co...

Are the SEP Holders prima facie dominant, leading to a per se assumption of a...

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A 'Standard' can be understood to be uniform or common technical design specifications which allow a certain level of compatibility across products or process. A common set of standards allow a...