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Jan 02, 2019
From central watchdog to out-of-court settlements, Consumer Protection Bill 2018 makes big strides in consumer rightsThe Consumer Protection Bill 2018 is revolutionary in the aspect that it establishes a watchdog to bust unfair trade practices, oversee violation of consumers' rights and false or misleading advertisements prejudicial to the public and consumer interests
Aug 08, 2018
Trade dispute intensifies: US to impose $16 billion import tariffs on 279 items from China from 23 AugustWashington had already imposed tariffs on $34 billion on 6 July but held off on a final $16 billion in goods as a result of concerns from US companies.
Jun 26, 2018
Harley-Davidson to shift some of its production overseas to avoid EU tariffs; President Donald Trump 'surprised'Trump, who has been taking up the case of tariffs on Harley-Davidson by India, which in part is responsible for the current trade tension between the two countries, said he is surprised by such a decision by the motorcycle manufacturer.
Apr 06, 2018
SEBI to clamp down on fraudulent activities in securities market, will take action against 14,720 entities for 'non-genuine trades'SEBI will take action against 14,720 entities for "non-genuine trades" through illiquid stock option segment as it clamps down on fraudulent activities
May 10, 2017
European Commission is working on a initiative to tackle unfair practices by tech companies like Google and AppleThe Commission said that initial findings of an investigation launched last year showed platforms were delisting products or services without due notice
May 22, 2015
Did airlines raise fares arbitrarily? Competition Commission investigate cartelisation againA group of MPs, led by Bharatiya Janata Party leader Kirit Somaiya, on Thursday lodged a fresh complaint with CCI
Aug 09, 2013
SpiceJet to pay family Rs 1 lakh for splitting them into two flightsSpice Jet had said it had denied boarding to half of the family as the flight was already full, which contention was rejected by the forum on the ground that no proof was shown by the airline that the plane was overloaded.
Oct 03, 2012
Dell asked to compensate woman for faulty laptop with US-only warrantyThe South Mumbai District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum has asked popular laptop manufacturer, Dell to compensate a resident of Mumbai...
Sep 26, 2012
Consumer forum directs Spice Mobile to compensate irate userThe South West District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum has asked Spice Mobile to pay a fine amounting to Rs.18,000...
Aug 30, 2012
Nokia India to pay Rs. 67,000 for selling defective phoneThe South-II District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum held Nokia India guilty of indulging in unfair trade practice ...