The Indian Competition Act 2009 has made significant in-roads in clamping down on anti-competitive conduct. Ritika Ganju, Manjula Chawla & Yamini Roy Of Phoenix Legal steer us through some of the potholes faced by Indian companies and what this means for consumer and investor confidence in the market.
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