The Indian Competition Authority does not find "product information service" charges anticompetitive in the pharmaceutical industry because they are not mandatory (RDCA Retail / Dispensing Chemists Association)

CCI exonerates RDCA of anti-competitive conduct in pharmaceutical market- disagrees with findings of the DG* The CCI, by way of an order dated November 8, 2018 exonerated Retail and Dispensing Chemists Association, located in Mumbai (“RDCA”) on allegations of limiting and controlling free supply of products by charging Product information service (“PIS”) from the manufacturers of pharmaceutical products. During

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Man Mohan Sharma, The Indian Competition Authority does not find "product information service" charges anticompetitive in the pharmaceutical industry because they are not mandatory (RDCA Retail / Dispensing Chemists Association), 8 November 2018, e-Competitions Bulletin November 2018, Art. N° 89474

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