Competition Act would be applicable to legitimate trade and goods to ensure competition in the market, to protect the interest of the consumers and freedom of trade in markets which are res commercium. The lottery […]
The Commission observed that in deciding the remedies its primary objective is to correct the distortions in the aftermarket, to provide corrective measures to make the market more competitive, to eradicate practices having foreclosure effects […]
Offline and online markets differ in terms of discounts and shopping experience and buyers weigh the options available in both markets and decides accordingly. If the price in the online market increase significantly, then the […]
The issue before Court in the present appeal was of the maintainability of a writ petition under Article 226 of the Constitution of India against the order of the Competition Appellate Tribunal (Tribunal), otherwise is […]
Informant, a Company engaged in the business of providing application software solutions and services, particularly to the agencies of the Government of India, State Governments, UTs, PSUs, semi-government agencies etc. The informant filed the present […]
Non-regulatory activities of ICAI would fall within the definition of ‘enterprise’ as organizing of CPE seminars cannot be understood as sovereign function attracting exemption under the definition of ‘enterprise’. #CompetitionAct
It is the duty of the Competition Commission to eliminate practices having adverse effect on competition, promote and sustain competition, protect the interests of consumers and ensure freedom of trade in the markets of India.
The Competition Commission of India in the matter of Belaire Owner’s Association Vs DLF Limited had the occasion to examine the buyer’s Agreement executed between M/s DLF Limited and its consumers/allottees in respect of residential […]