The Indian Competition Appellate Tribunal (COMPAT) cancels fine for boycott by pharmaceutical association against wholesaler because the wholesaler’s own conduct shows lack of any anticompetitive effect (Arora Medical Hall / Ferozepur Chemists & Druggists Association)

Competition Appellate Tribunal sets aside the penalty imposed by CCI against Chemist and Druggist Association, Ferozepur* COMPAT by its judgment dated 30 October 2015 over-ruled the order penalizing Chemist and Druggist Association, Ferozepur, Punjab in a case filed by Arora Medical Hall, Ferozepur, Punjab. Arora Medical Hall (the Informant) was the largest wholesale dealer of drugs manufactured by several pharmaceutical companies in Ferozepur. Informant had alleged that the Association had issued circulars to boycott the Informant following allegations made by the member of the Associations that the Informant had indulged in malpractices against

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Man Mohan Sharma, The Indian Competition Appellate Tribunal (COMPAT) cancels fine for boycott by pharmaceutical association against wholesaler because the wholesaler’s own conduct shows lack of any anticompetitive effect (Arora Medical Hall / Ferozepur Chemists & Druggists Association), 30 October 2015, e-Competitions Bulletin Competition in the Pharmaceutical sector, Art. N° 87754

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