The Indian Competition Authority rules on an anomaly of asset acquisitions under Indian merger control (Intel / Motorola) (Magma / Religare) (NHK Automotive Components / Bombay Burmah Trading) (Aica / Bombay Burmah Trading)

This article analyses the treatment of asset acquisitions under India’s merger control regime in light of certain specific precedents set by the Competition Commission of India (“CCI”) in its assessment of merger notifications to date. Under the Competition Act, 2002 (“Act”), acquisitions of shares, voting rights, control or assets or merger or amalgamation of enterprises are required to be notified to the CCI if certain prescribed assets or turnover thresholds (“Jurisdictional Thresholds”) are exceeded. [1] Sections 5 and 6 of the Act are the operative provisions dealing with merger control in India and are supplemented by the Competition Commission of India (Procedure in regard to the transaction of business relating to combinations) Regulations, 2011 (“Combination Regulations”). While

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Nisha Uberoi, The Indian Competition Authority rules on an anomaly of asset acquisitions under Indian merger control (Intel / Motorola) (Magma / Religare) (NHK Automotive Components / Bombay Burmah Trading) (Aica / Bombay Burmah Trading), 22 January 2013, e-Competitions Indian Competition Law in the Digital Markets, Art. N° 61097

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