The Indian Competition Authority dismisses an allegation of abuse of dominance resulting from the termination of a dealership agreement by a manufacturer of motorcycles and scooters due to lack of dominance (India Yamaha Motor)

KEY POINTS An alleged illegal termination of a dealership agreement by a manufacturer who does not command a dominant position does not attract the abuse of dominant position provisions of the Competition Act. BRIEF FACTS Vijay Chaudhary (“Dealer”) was an authorised dealer of India Yamaha Motor Private Limited (“Yamaha”) since 1972 for selling its motorcycles and scooters. The

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L. Badri Narayanan, Charanya Lakshmikumaran, Neelambera Sandeepan, Aditya Bhattacharya, Rishabh Chopra, The Indian Competition Authority dismisses an allegation of abuse of dominance resulting from the termination of a dealership agreement by a manufacturer of motorcycles and scooters due to lack of dominance (India Yamaha Motor), 7 September 2020, e-Competitions September 2020, Art. N° 102918

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