The Supreme Court of India clarifies that the determination of relevant market is not a mandatory pre-condition for initiating investigations of alleged anticompetitive agreements (Co-ordination Committee of Artists and Technicians of West Bengal Film and Television Industry)

Supreme Court clears air on definition of relevant market in Section 3 (anti-competitive agreement) cases* The Supreme Court by its order dated May 7, 2018 has

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Man Mohan Sharma, The Supreme Court of India clarifies that the determination of relevant market is not a mandatory pre-condition for initiating investigations of alleged anticompetitive agreements (Co-ordination Committee of Artists and Technicians of West Bengal Film and Television Industry), 7 May 2018, e-Competitions Bulletin May 2018, Art. N° 87467

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