The Indian Competition Authority finds a professional committee in transportation and its 4 participating associations guilty of price fixing in the market for coastal container services and issues a cease and desist with no fine because conduct was limited and stopped before investigation (Cochin Port Trust / Container Trailer Owners Coordination Commission)

CCI finds Container Trailer Owners Coordination Commission and its four participating associations guilty of anticompetitive conduct* The Competition Commission of India (“CCI”) vide dated 01.08.2017 has found Container Trailer Owners Coordination Committee (‘Committee’) and its four participating associations , namely Cochin Container Carrier Owners Welfare Association, Vallarpadam Trailer Owners Association, Kerala Container Carrier Owners Association and Island Container Carrier Owners Association (collectively ‘OPs’) guilty of anti-competitive conduct and has directed the erring OPs to desist from indulging in anti-competitive conduct in the future. Cochin Port Trust in a reference made

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Man Mohan Sharma, The Indian Competition Authority finds a professional committee in transportation and its 4 participating associations guilty of price fixing in the market for coastal container services and issues a cease and desist with no fine because conduct was limited and stopped before investigation (Cochin Port Trust / Container Trailer Owners Coordination Commission), 1 August 2017, e-Competitions Bulletin August 2017, Art. N° 87526

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