The Indian Competition Commission finds that agreements between pharmaceutical companies and trade associations would not qualify as horizontal nor vertical agreements but could nonetheless be examined under the general prohibition on anti-competitive agreements (Himachal Pradesh Chemist and Druggist Association)

Another chemist and druggist association penalised* In its ninth decision against various chemist and druggist trade associations in India, the Competition Commission of India (CCI) fined the Himachal Pradesh (a state in India) Chemist and Druggist Association 10% of its average turnover for imposing rules requiring: a no-objection certificate from it before a

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Avinash Amarnath, The Indian Competition Commission finds that agreements between pharmaceutical companies and trade associations would not qualify as horizontal nor vertical agreements but could nonetheless be examined under the general prohibition on anti-competitive agreements (Himachal Pradesh Chemist and Druggist Association), 29 January 2015, e-Competitions Bulletin Competition in the Pharmaceutical sector, Art. N° 72364

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