The Indian Competition Authority finds no dominance and therefore dismisses a case against a public transport company for alleged abuse of dominance in the parking services sector (Delhi Metro Rail)

KEY POINTS A government-owned corporation is an enterprise within the meaning of the Competition Act if it engaged in economic activity and can be investigated for violation of provisions of the Competition Act. BRIEF FACTS Dhiraj Gupta, a sole proprietor secured the license for parking rights at three stations operated by the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (“DMRC”). It is alleged that the DMRC was abusing its dominant position by violating certain terms of the licensing agreement such as: providing

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