The Indian Competition Authority closes case of alleged discriminatory access to market currently in front of Securities Exchange Board of India due to insufficient evidence for a prima facie decision (Advocate Jitesh Maheshwari / National Stock Exchange of India)

CCI cedes jurisdiction to SEBI to decide upon complaint of abuse of dominance against National Stock Exchange* The Commission, in a surprise turn from its previous position in so many cases before, by way of order dated 07.01.2019, decided not to inquire into allegations of abuse of dominance against the National Stock exchange of India (“NSE”). This decision by the Commission is perceived to be influenced by the recent judgement dated 05 December 2018 of the Supreme Court in the case of CCI vs. Bharti Airtel in which the Apex court has cautioned CCI

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Man Mohan Sharma, The Indian Competition Authority closes case of alleged discriminatory access to market currently in front of Securities Exchange Board of India due to insufficient evidence for a prima facie decision (Advocate Jitesh Maheshwari / National Stock Exchange of India), 7 January 2019, e-Competitions Bulletin January 2019, Art. N° 89410

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