Volume 38 (2015)

Volume 38 (2015) / Issue 2

Suhail A. Nathani, Gauri Chhabra, 'Merger Control in India: Is There A Long Road Ahead?' (2015) 38 World Competition, Issue 2, pp. 281–300

Abstract

The merger control regime in India came into force on 1 June 2011. While the Competition Commission of India (CCI), the principal regulator, has made significant inroads in streamlining and simplifying the merger control process in India, there remain considerable uncertainties and complexities in relation to the application of merger control provisions in India. The purpose of this article is to highlight the progression of the merger control regime in India in the last one year and highlight some of the important legal issues, which continue to raise concerns for the industry and competition law practitioners alike.

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