The Indian Government proposes to introduce an additional threshold test based on the deal size or the value of a transaction

Introduction “We are all now connected by the internet like neurons in a giant brain,” these were the words of renowned theoretical physicist, Stephen Hawking, and he couldn’t have said it better. In today’s digital age, internet and technology have permeated every sphere of one’s life. Be it e-books, e-commerce, social media or food delivery, we live for and by the internet! In fact, even the massive global M&A deals are dominated by the ever dynamic digital and technology sector. Data compiled by Bloomberg in 2019 show that over the last decade, the big five – Alphabet, Inc., Amazon.com, Inc., Apple, Inc., Facebook, Inc. (Facebook) and Microsoft Corporation alone made 431 acquisitions worth USD 155.7 billion. [1] The rapid transformations in the digital world and the rise of

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Anisha Chand, Anmol Awasthi, The Indian Government proposes to introduce an additional threshold test based on the deal size or the value of a transaction, 14 August 2019, e-Competitions August 2019, Art. N° 93805

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