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The Indian Competition Authority requests 28 trade unions and associations in the film industry to "cease and desist" from anticompetitive conduct and reminds them that labor laws are not mutually exclusive with competition laws (All India Film Employee Confederation)

Competition Commission finds All India Film Employee Confederation and other parties in contravention of Section 3 of the Competition Act, 2002* The Competition Commission of India (CCI) vide its recent order dated October 31, 2017 has directed 25 trade unions and associations and their All India and Regional Confederations of the various categories of junior artists, cameramen, dancers, art directors etc. of the Bollywood Film Industry to “ cease and desist” from their existing practices of disrupting competition and fair-play in the market through their anti-competitive conducts, such as, suspension of work, boycott etc. of such film directors who engage junior artists etc. outside the said trade unions / associations. The order is significant because it has reiterated that the trade

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Man Mohan Sharma, The Indian Competition Authority requests 28 trade unions and associations in the film industry to "cease and desist" from anticompetitive conduct and reminds them that labor laws are not mutually exclusive with competition laws (All India Film Employee Confederation), 31 October 2017, e-Competitions Bulletin October 2017, Art. N° 87482

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