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  • small_profile Piyush Gupta

    "The Competition Act (“Act”) is not intended to prohibit competition in the market. What the Act primarily seeks to regulate, are the practices that have an adverse effect on competition in the market(s) in India. In addition, the Act intends to promote and sustain competition in markets, protect consumer interests, and ensure freedom of trade in the market(s) in India. "

    December 17, 2012
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  • small_profile Zerick Dastur & Abir Roy

    It is important that the anti-trust regulator acts independently and effectively, transcending the sectoral barriers and unimpeded by potential conflicts with other regulators operating in their domain.

    August 28, 2012
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  • small_profile Shruti Sambamurthy

    The film industry in India has become a global enterprise, producing the highest number of films annually. Films are the most important source of entertainment which unlike painting or writing a novel cannot be done individually.

    August 20, 2012
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  • small_profile Dharmesh Kotadia

    Takeover Code, as widely known in the markets for the Securities Exchange Board of India (Substantial Acquisition of Shares and Takeovers) Regulations, 1997 (Old Takeover Regulations) has been replaced by a new version.

    August 19, 2012
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  • small_profile Sidharrth Shankar

    Word on the Street in the week of August was that Tata Motors is looking to raise north of $700 million in the form of shares with differential voting rights (DVR). Though several commentators focussed on the dilution that the new issue promises, it is also noteworthy that Tata is marching ahead with DVRs at a time when there remains significant uncertainty about their future in India.

    August 19, 2012
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  • small_profile Akil Hirani

    Word on the Street in the week of August was that Tata Motors is looking to raise north of $700 million in the form of shares with differential voting rights (DVR). Though several commentators focussed on the dilution that the new issue promises, it is also noteworthy that Tata is marching ahead with DVRs at a time when there remains significant uncertainty about their future in India.

    August 19, 2012
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