US: Third Point settles over antitrust filing in DowDuPont case
The Unites States Justice Department revealed that the Investment LLC Third point, has agreed to pay a civil fine of $ 609,810. The fine is paid in order to settle allegations of failure to file antitrust clearance with respect to purchase of securities of the DowDuPont stock....
Russia: Samsung fined for price fixing
The South Korean tech giant Samsung Electronics has been fined by the Russian antitrust body – Federal Antimonopoly Services (FAS) for violating the nation’s fair trade law with US $37,625 for being engaged in price fixing schemes.....
India: CCI approvals for M&As may be fast-tracked
The Competition Law Review Committee, led by Corporate Affairs Secretary Injeti Srinivas, has submitted recommendations on revising the antitrust regulations. One of the many important recommendations of the committee..........
US: Court revives aluminium antitrust cases vs Goldman, JPMorgan, Glencore
A Federal Appeals Court revived lawsuit by aluminium purchasers accusing Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, mining company Glencore and various other companies of increasing price of metal by decreasing the supply.
UK: Sabre’s takeover of Farelogix raises competition concerns
Sabre’s intention to takeover Farelogix has led to serious competition concerns in the supply of IT systems which are used by airlines and travel agents to sell airline tickets.......
India: Regulator to assess media, broadcasting sector
The Competition Commission of India is planning to assess the country’s media and broadcasting sector in order to identify any existing competition concerns in the sector of media and broadcasting so that they can be resolved quickly.