The Indian Competition Authority opens investigations into anticompetitive effects of "across platform parity agreements" in the online travel market (MMT-Go / Treebo / FabHotels)

In October 2019, the Competition Commission of India (CCI) had expressed for the first time its prima facie view regarding “across platform parity agreements” (APPAs) / most favoured nation (MFN) clauses while considering a complaint filed by the Federation of Hotel & Restaurant Associations of India (an all India hotel and restaurant association) against MakeMyTrip India Private Limited (MMT) and Ibibo Group Private Limited (First MMT case). [1] Close on the heels of this decision, in February 2020, the CCI at the behest of Treebo Hotels (Rubtub Solutions Private Limited) - a budget hotel operator, initiated another investigation against MMT and Oravel Stays Private Limited (i.e., Second MMT Case). [2] As the allegations in the Second MMT Case were similar to the First MMT Case,

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  • Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas (Mumbai)
  • Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas (Mumbai)
  • Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas (Mumbai)

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Anshuman Sakle, Kirthi Srinivas, Yash Lahoty, The Indian Competition Authority opens investigations into anticompetitive effects of "across platform parity agreements" in the online travel market (MMT-Go / Treebo / FabHotels), 24 février 2020, e-Competitions February 2020, Art. N° 101760

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