The Indian Competition Appellate Tribunal annuls a fine for alleged collusion by a professional transport association due to lack of evidence by the National Competition Authority (Indian Foundation of Transport Research & Training / All India Motor Transport Congress)

COMPAT sets-aside penalty imposed on All India Motor Transport Congress (AIMTC) for alleged increases of transport rates in collusion* COMPAT by its order dated April 18, 2016 has set-aside the order of CCI where AIMTC was penalized for allegedly exhorting truck transporters for increasing prices of transportation by 15% following an increase of diesel price by INR 5/Ltr on 13 April 2012.In the present case, an information was filed by Indian Foundation of Transport Research & Training alleging that pursuant to hike in diesel prices by the Government on 13 April 2012, the Vice-President, former President as well as then-President of AIMTC issued press statements

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Man Mohan Sharma, The Indian Competition Appellate Tribunal annuls a fine for alleged collusion by a professional transport association due to lack of evidence by the National Competition Authority (Indian Foundation of Transport Research & Training / All India Motor Transport Congress), 18 April 2016, e-Competitions Bulletin April 2016, Art. N° 87717

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