CCI News

Flipkart-Walmart deal: CCI says discounting practice 'already prevalent', no bar on it to probe

Walmart announced in May the acquisition of 77 per cent stake of Flipkart in its biggest takeover till date. However, in the following month, more than 100 trader organisations opposed the deal stating it will cause "irreversible damage" to small traders and endanger jobs for thousands.

Telecom ‘cartelisation’ case: CCI stand on probe to continue till Monday

A division bench headed by Justice Anoop Mohta was hearing petitions filed by the telecom companies who had challenged the CCI’s decision to investigate into Reliance Jio’s allegations of cartelisation along with a similar petition filed by industry body COAI.


Have power to settle competitive tariff issues: TRAI to CCI

In February this year, Trai had floated a consultation paper on 'Regulatory Principles of Tariff Assessment'. The issues being debated include new measures that need to be prescribed to ensure transparency in tariff offers of telecom operators and strengthening the definition relating to "non-discrimination".

Amitabh Kant remains frontrunner in race for CCI chairman post

Kant is credited with ‘Make in India’ mission that captured last year’s headlines and made Prime Minister Narendra Modi a sought-after leader overseas.

Warmup no longer warm fans up like it did in 1998

Preparatory games to high-profile Test series weren’t always low-key affairs.

CCI Chairman post: Around 100 apply; ex-RBI, former WTO officials among aspirants

While the applications for the post were invited by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, the last date for submission was October 23, 2015.


Credai moves CCI against cement ‘cartel’

Credai said it was well known that the sector was under pressure with a consequent fall in cement demand.

Abuse of dominance: CCI says Google probe only beginning

CCI investigation arm has submitted its report on the alleged anti-competitive practices of Internet major Google

Airlines again under CCI lens, face cartelisation probe

The competition regulator is most likely to look into the case as a sector-wide issue and not as one specific to individual airlines.

CCI calls for greater autonomy: Seeks power to recruit its workforce

MS Sahoo, Member, CCI, said: On human resource and financial matters CCI has limited flexibility.