A monthly journal on competition laws featuring articles, new developments worldwide, national and international news and notes on international cases.
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  • Publisher: Manupatra Publishing Pvt. Ltd
  • Language: English
  • Chapter 1

    Is There a Need for Course Correction in Competition Law Enforcement in India Price 0.23  |  0.23 Rewards Points

    Continuing from a previous write up in the month of January, 2016 issue of Competition Law Reports (CLR) wherein the case of Surendra Prasad Vs. Maharashtra State Power Generation Co. Ltd. (MAHAGENCO) and others was considered as the first matter in which the Competition Appellate Tribunal
    (COMPAT), the Appellate Authority for order passed by the Competition Commission of India (‘Commission’ or ‘CCI’), while adjudicating an appeal against the order of the CCI, declining to direct the Director General (‘DG’) to cause an investigation into the allegations of violations of competition law, instead of remitting the matter back to the CCI, for reconsidering the matter afresh, as is the norm, COMPAT directed the DG to cause an investigation into the matter.

  • Chapter 2

    Predatory Pricing Price 0.23  |  0.23 Rewards Points

    Predatory pricing is among the most frequently discussed topics in competition law and economics. It has attracted a great deal of attention over the years not only because of some high-profile cases, but because the theoretical issues surrounding predatory conduct have sparked several interesting debates among academics and practitioners alike.

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