The Indian Competition Authority finds no abuse of dominance in the market for industrial bearings (Shah Associates / Timken India)

Background and Allegation Information was filed before the Competition Commission of India (“CCI/Commission”) by M/s Shah Associates (“Informant”) alleging abuse of dominance by Timken India Limited (“Timken”). The informant is engaged in the business of trading in bearings, gear boxes and chains and was a distributor of products manufactured by Timken. As stated in the information, the informant purchases/imports bearings from Timken and supplies them to Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC) and other parties. The primary grievance of the informant was that Timken had abused its dominant position by refusing authorisation to the informant to participate in the tenders floated by ONGC. The informant averred

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Man Mohan Sharma, The Indian Competition Authority finds no abuse of dominance in the market for industrial bearings (Shah Associates / Timken India), 31 January 2017, e-Competitions Bulletin January 2017, Art. N° 91451

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