The Indian Competition Authority dismisses allegations of abuse of dominance and exclusive arrangements against a Big Tech company in the menswear fashion retail market (Lifestyle Equities / Amazon)

CCI dismisses allegations of abuse of dominance and exclusive arrangements against Amazon in the menswear fashion retail market* By way of order dated 11.09.2020, the Competition Commission of India (“Commission/CCI”) has dismissed allegations of: (i) abuse of dominance and (ii) concluding exclusive agreements with Amazon Export Sales LLC and Cloudtail India Pvt Ltd (“Cloudtail”) against Amazon Seller Services Pvt Ltd (“Amazon”). Background Information before the CCI was filed Lifestyle Equities C.V and its licensee (“Informants”) based in Amsterdam , Netherlands and owning the “Beverly Hills Polo Club” brand of Menswear (hereinafter, the ‘BHPC Brand’), alleging that Amazon has abused its dominant position in the market for online fashion retail in India in which the combined market share of

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Man Mohan Sharma, The Indian Competition Authority dismisses allegations of abuse of dominance and exclusive arrangements against a Big Tech company in the menswear fashion retail market (Lifestyle Equities / Amazon), 11 September 2020, e-Competitions September 2020, Art. N° 101755

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