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Tata Electronics-Wistron deal: CCI greenlights Tata Electronics’ acquisition of iPhone supplier Wistron Infocomm

The Competition Commission of India (CCI) has granted approval for the Tata Electronics-Wistron deal. This proposed combination involves the acquisition of 100 per cent equity share capital of Wistron Infocomm Manufacturing (India) Private Limited by Tata Electronics Private Limited. The equity shares will be acquired from SMS Infocomm (Singapore) Private Limited and Wistron Hong Kong Limited."The proposed combination relates to the acquisition of 100% of the Wistron Infocomm Manufacturing (India) Private Limited’s…

google cci dispute: Supreme Court to decide Google-CCI dispute finally on April 30

The Supreme Court on Monday said it will finally hear the cross-appeals filed by Google and the Competition Commission of India in the antitrust case on April 30.A bench led by Chief Justice DY Chandrachud posted the matter for final disposal on April 30, after counsel for both the sides needed more time to argue as “there are several key areas that the court will consider for the first time.”Elevate Your Tech Prowess with High-Value Skill CoursesOffering CollegeCourseWebsiteIIM LucknowIIML Executive Programme in FinTech,…

CCI Said to Have Appointed Former WhatsApp Executive, Government Officials as New Members

India's antitrust body has appointed three new members to oversee cases, including a former government official from the commerce ministry and a former interim compliance officer of WhatsApp, sources with direct knowledge of the matter said.The new members appointed are Anil Agrawal, a former police official who recently worked at India's commerce ministry and worked on various startup initiatives and setting up of government's e-commerce network, Open Network For Digital Commerce. He confirmed the appointment to Reuters,…

Lead Cables Will Be a Dead Weight for Telecom Carriers

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Google, CCI Cross-Pleas in Android Mobile Device Case to Be Heard by Supreme Court in October

The Supreme Court on Friday said it will hear on October 10 the cross-pleas of Google and the Competition Commission of India (CCI) challenging the verdict of an appellate tribunal in a case related to Google's alleged anti-competitive practices in the android mobile device case.A bench comprising Chief Justice D Y Chandrachud and Justices P S Narasimha and Manoj Misra took up the appeals and said it wanted “some time to get ready” with the case.Senior advocate Harish Salve, appearing for one of the parties, said the plea…

CCI: Android case: SC to hear pleas of Google, CCI related to Rs 1,338-crore fine on July 14

The Supreme Court on Friday said it will hear on July 14 the cross-pleas of Google and the Competition Commission of India (CCI) challenging the verdict of an appellate tribunal in a case related to Google's alleged anti-competitive practices in the android mobile device case. On March 29, the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) had handed out a mixed verdict on Google's alleged anti-competitive practices in the case - upholding a fine of Rs 1,338 crore but scrapping conditions like allowing hosting of…

SC to Hear Pleas From Google, CCI Over NCLAT Verdict in Android Case on July 14

The Supreme Court on Friday said it will hear on July 14 the cross-pleas of Google and the Competition Commission of India (CCI) challenging the verdict of an appellate tribunal in a case related to Google's alleged anti-competitive practices in the Android mobile device case.On March 29, the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) handed out a mixed verdict on Google's alleged anti-competitive practices in the case - upholding a fine of Rs. 1,338 crore but scrapping conditions like allowing hosting of third-party…

Google Accuses CCI of Ordering Changes to Its Business Model to Protect Amazon

Google has accused India's antitrust body of ordering changes to its business model "only to protect" rival Amazon, which complained about its struggles to develop a modified version of the Android system due to Google's restrictions, legal papers show.Google has approached India's Supreme Court to quash the Competition Commission of India's (CCI) October order asking the company to make 10 changes to its business model after the CCI found it abused its dominant position in the market with its Android operating system,…

Google Said to Have Urged Supreme Court to Quash Android Antitrust Directives

Google has urged India's Supreme Court to quash antitrust directives against it for abuse of the Android market, two sources said, as its presses its legal battle against the competition watchdog in one of its most important markets.The Competition Commission of India (CCI) said in October that Google, whose Android mobile operating system powers 97 percent of the 600 million smartphones in India, had exploited its dominant position.It ordered Google to remove restrictions imposed on device makers, including those related…

Google’s ‘notice’ to startups as June 8 deadline approaches; more may go to court

More companies may be planning to take the legal route against Google. According to a report in Economic Times, several startups including Unacademy, Kuku FM, TrulyMadly and QuackQuack have moved the Madras High Court challenging Google’s notice asking them to either adopt the company’s mandated billing route or risk being removed from its Play Store. The report quotes people aware of the development. With this, these companies join the likes of Matrimony.com and Shaadi.com which have already approached the high court…