In Charts: How effective has India’s competition watchdog been?

22 December, 2016

In June 2012, the Competition Commission of India (CCI) imposed a fine of Rs 6,700 crore (almost $1 billion) on 11 cement companies and their industry lobby group for cartelisation. This was by far the heaviest fine the competition watchdog has imposed in India. But the companies have appealed the order and have yet to pay up.


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India competition regulator slaps $1 bn fine on 11 cement companies

India competition regulator slaps $1 bn fine on 11 cement companies

PTI 12 months ago
Competition Commission on Wednesday imposed more than Rs 6,700 crore penalty on 11 cement companies, including ACC and Binani, for cartelisation. Apart from penalising the...
CCI imposes Rs 2,545Cr penalty on 14 car makers

CCI imposes Rs 2,545Cr penalty on 14 car makers

PTI 3 years ago
In the first major order against auto players, the Competition Commission today slapped a penalty of Rs 2,545 crore on 14 car makers, including Maruti...
Lafarge gets revised divestment order from competition watchdog

Lafarge gets revised divestment order from competition watchdog

Anuradha Verma 2 years ago
LafargeHolcim, the world’s biggest cement maker, said on Tuesday it has received a revised order from the Competition Commission of India (CCI) to offload its...
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In Charts: How effective has India’s competition watchdog been?

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