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After Amazon, Flipkart challenges antitrust probe ahead of Donald Trump's visit to India, airs concerns over new FDI e-commerce rules
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After Amazon, Flipkart challenges antitrust probe ahead of Donald Trump's visit to India, airs concerns over new FDI e-commerce rules

In its 18 February court filing in southern Bengaluru city, which is not public, Flipkart argues the CCI ordered its probe without initial evidence that the company’s practices were harming competition.

DPIIT received some complaints of e-commerce firms offering deep discounts: Union Minister Piyush Goyal
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DPIIT received some complaints of e-commerce firms offering deep discounts: Union Minister Piyush Goyal

The Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) has received complaints that e-commerce companies are offering deep discounts, indulging in predatory pricing, exercising control over inventory and influencing the prices of goods sold on the platform, Parliament was informed on Friday

Zomato, Swiggy, Uber Eats, Food Panda get letters from NRAI to do away with deep discounts
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Zomato, Swiggy, Uber Eats, Food Panda get letters from NRAI to do away with deep discounts

NRAI also highlighted complaints about discounts being offered in the delivery segment throughout the year.

Logout campaign: Zomato offers to restructure Gold scheme to limit use by subscribers, but restaurants stick to guns
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Logout campaign: Zomato offers to restructure Gold scheme to limit use by subscribers, but restaurants stick to guns

Zomato has shot off mass emails to its restaurant partners, outlining the steps it will take to limit the use of its Gold programme.

Logout campaign: Online food platforms agree to redesign schemes to check deep discounts: NRAI
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Logout campaign: Online food platforms agree to redesign schemes to check deep discounts: NRAI

Launching a logging out campaign in protest against dine-in schemes, around 1,200 restaurants in major cities had reportedly delisted from the dine-in programmes of food aggregators.