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Covid-19 & Competition Act Of India

About Competition What does one understand by the word “Competition”? In common man’s language competition in the market would refer to rivalry between 2 entities selling similar products and/or services with the goal of achieving revenue, profit and market share. Thus it ensures that the entities involved with similar products compete on merits and not … Continue reading Covid-19 & Competition Act Of India

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Growth of Digital Economy – A Challenge for Competition Regulators

Introduction Competition policy is a public policy which is aimed at ensuring that competition in the marketplace is not restricted in any manner that is detrimental to the society. The most significant goal of competition policy is to shield society from harmful competitive behaviour[1]. Digital economy is dynamic and fundamentally different from other sectors. Digital … Continue reading Growth of Digital Economy – A Challenge for Competition Regulators

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Intersection between Intellectual Property (IP) and Competition Law

With a growing buzz around how IP and Competition law interface with each other, instances when they can be coupled by Defendants to raise concerns/defense arguments, as to how and when investigations can be initiated through the Competition Commission of India (CCI), are becoming critical and hence need clarity at all ends. This piece is … Continue reading Intersection between Intellectual Property (IP) and Competition Law

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