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NCLAT to hear online vendors' plea against CCI order on Flipkart, lists matter for hearing on 30 July
NCLAT has also approved the delay of 12 days in filing appeal (By the association) against the order of the Competition Commission of India (CCI)
Maruti, majority-owned by Japan’s Suzuki Motor Corp, is a household name in India where it commands a 51 percent market share
The probe is similar to one Google faced in Europe that resulted in a $5 billion fine.
Kolkata-based Bandhan Bank on Tuesday said it has received approval of the Competition Commission of India (CCI) for the proposed acquisition of Gruh Finance
CCI approves Tirumala Milk Products' acquisition of Sunfresh Agro Industries, Prabhat's dairy business
The CCI also said it "approves acquisition by Varun Beverages of 9 manufacturing plants and franchise rights for 7 states and 5 unions territories as a going concern on a slump-sale basis from PepsiCo."
Ronnie Screwvala files case against four major multiplex chains for charging 'discriminatory' Virtual Print Fee
Ronnie Screwvala says he could not afford to release Love Per Square Foot theatrically because of the exorbitant Virtual Print Fees charged by the cinema chains.
CCI says DP World trying to halt possible adverse probe findings in JNPT port row; urges court not to allow firm's move
The CCI last year ordered an investigation into suspected antitrust violations by DP World and Denmark’s AP Moller-Maersk at the terminals they operate at state-owned JNPT.
CCI clears Radiant Life Care-Max Healthcare merger; combined entity will be valued at Rs 7,242 crore
The companies announced the proposed merger in a joint statement in December 2018.
Competition Commission dismisses unfair business complaint against Inox, Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages
The Competition Commission of India (CCI) has dismissed a complaint alleging unfair trade practices against multiplex chain operator Inox and Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages, the bottling arm of Coca Cola in India, with respect to selling of beverages in multiplexes
The Competition Commission of India (CCI) on Wednesday said it has approved the acquisition of 22.44 percent stake in logistics firm Delhivery by SoftBank Vision Fund
GSKCH India gets CCI nod for merger deal with HUL; scheme needs to pass through various regulatory, other approvals
he Competition Commission of India (CCI) has approved the scheme of amalgamation between the two companies, through an-all equity deal, valuing the total business of the latter at Rs 31,700 crore.
The National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) has reserved its judgement over the petition filed by traders' body CAIT against fair trade regulator CCI's nod to Walmart's $16-billion acquisition of Flipkart
CAIT urges Suresh Prabhu to order probe into Amazon-Witzig bid to acquire Aditya Birla's retail chain
CAIT alleged "it is a clear case of circumventing the FDI Policy in e-commerce" and exhorted Prabhu to "order a probe in the matter"
E-commerce norms should treat domestic, foreign players equally to boost the industry: CUTS International
It said the government should frame a comprehensive national e-commerce policy to provide a level playing field to domestic and foreign e-retail companies
Unlike retail, FDI (foreign direct investment) restrictions are not applied on the restaurant sector or food service aggregators.
E-commerce rules tightened; govt bans online firms from entering into exclusive agreements with sellers
The government also said that e-commerce companies will be prevented from entering into exclusive agreements with sellers.
The competition watchdog in a tweet on Friday said it "approves the acquisition of 26 percent equity share capital of SBI Payment Services Private Limited by Hitachi Payment Services Private Limited".
There is merit in looking at metrics other than substitutability alone to ensure clarity of regulatory scope and compliance.
Competition Commission dismisses complaint against Coal India, its subsidiary alleging unfair business practices
Hindustan Zinc Ltd in a complaint had alleged that Coal India abused its dominant position by imposing unilateral and unfair conditions in the fuel supply agreements