• MRTP
    The Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Act, 1969, aims to prevent concentration of economic power to the common detriment, provide for control of monopolies and probation of monopolistic, restrictive and unfair tradepractice, and protect consumer interest.  Monopolistic trade practice is that...
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  • Mrtp
    MRTP ACT   The Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Act, 1969, aims to prevent concentration of economic power to the common detriment, provide for control of monopolies and probation of monopolistic, restrictive and unfair trade practice, and protect consumer interest.     Monopolistic trade...
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  • Business Law
    SUBJECT-Corporate and Business Law TOPIC- Trace out the reasons which led to the emergence of Competition Act at the time when MRTP Act was also there. And analyze the role of Competition Act in the light of today's scenario under the competition policy for promoting the transparency in business. ...
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  • Mrtp Act 1969 - Summary
    THE MRTP ACT 1969 The Competition Act 2002 considers the modern issues of globalization and WTO besides the shortcomings of the now repealed MRTP Act 1969. But the success of the Compititon Act 2002 depends on the identification and determination of anti-competitive agreement. The MRTP Act, 1969 ...
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  • Law Related to Unfair Trade Practices
    ------------------------------------------------- Consumer Goods (Mandatory Printing of Cost of Production and Maximum Retail Price) Act, 2006 ------------------------------------------------- Consumer Protection Act, 1986 The Consumer Protection Act establishes a hierarchy of courts, with at least one District Forum at the district level...
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  • Mrtp Act 1969
    critically examines India’s new Competition Act. I begin by examining the working of its predecessor, the 1969 Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Act. Earlier studies, as well as a survey of recent cases undertaken for this paper, show that most cases under that Act involved consumer complaints and contractual...
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  • History of Competition Law in India. Its an Emerging Area in the Field of Law
    possible defences to resist the competition posed by the foreign firms to protect its own domestic market. The ‘Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Act of 1969’ turned out to be the most sought after ‘Defence Mechanism’. The history of the Indian competitive legislation goes back to the Monopolies...
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  • mrtp act
     THE MONOPOLISTIC AND RESTRICTIVE TRADE PRACTICES ACT, 1969(MRTP ACT) The Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices bill was introduced by the Rajya Sabha in 1967 and drastic changes were made by the Joint parliamentary committee. It was finally passed in the house in on 18 December 1969 and...
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  • Competition Law in Indian Pharma Sector
    can be traced to recent 60’s when the Indian Government adopted measures encouraging Drug manufacturing within the country. Later in 1970, The Patents Act of 1970 was passed which gave the path to real development of Pharma industry and to become today one of the most powerful industry influencing country’s...
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  • Mrtp
    I | Introduction To Competition Act, 2002 Since attaining Independence in 1947,India, for the better part of half a century thereafter, adopted and followed policies comprising what are known as Command-and-Control laws, rules, regulations and executive orders. The competition law of India, namely,...
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  • The TAx & Legal Aspects Of Business
    Bailment is another type of special contract. Since it is a ‘contract’, naturally all basic requirements of contract are applicable. - - Bailment means act of delivering goods for a specified purpose on trust. The goods are to be returned after the purpose is over. In bailment, possession of goods is transferred...
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  • Sound
    Practices, 1984 (herein after “MRTP Act”) and the Trade Marks Act, 1999, Comparative Advertising is permissible, with certain limitations with respect to unfair trade practices. 2 Electronic copy available at: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1654556 The Trade Marks Act provides that a registered trademark...
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  • Competition Act in India
    Table of Contents Introduction of Competition………………………………………………………………………2 Economic Phases in India…………………………………………………………………………4 The Competition Act, 2002……………………………………………………………………….8 Anti – Competition Agreements (Section 3)…………………………………………….10 Abuse of Dominance (Section 4)………………………………………………………...
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  • Mrtp Act, and Competition Act
    Indian economic scenario 3. Economic scenario post independence and need for the MRTP act 4. Trigger cause 5. MRTP act 1969 6. Decline of monopolies and restrictive trade practices (MRTP) act 1969 7. Competition act * Anti competition agreement * Abuse of dominance * Regulation of...
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  • Mrtp Act
    MRTP ACT |Table of contents | |Preamble |Section 28 |Section 49 | |Section...
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  • Monopoly of Intel
    It cannot, however, charge a price that the consumers in the market will not bear. In this sense, the position and the elasticity of the demand curve acts as a constraint on the pricing behavior of the monopolist. Assuming that the firm aims to maximize profits (where MR=MC) we establish a short run equilibrium...
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  • Indian Industrial Policy
    1991 introduced changes with respect to: Industrial licensing Foreign investment Foreign technology agreements Public sector policy and the MRTP Act. 1. INDUSTRIAL DELICENSING: Till the 1990s, licensing was compulsory for almost every industry, which was not reserved for the public sector...
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  • Econmocis
    Technology Agreements. Public Sector Policy MRTP Act. A package for the Small and Tiny Sectors of industry is being announced separately. A. INDUSTRIAL LICENSING POLICY 20. Industrial Licensing is governed by the Industries (Development & Regulation) Act, 1951. The Industrial Policy Resolution of...
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  • Study on M&A
    global and a top-ranking law firm and recognized for national trends as they unfold and examine our cross-border structuring work. Other case studies, debate and analyze emerging past recognitions include being named the legal, regulatory and tax issues, serving as an Asian Law Firm...
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  • Advertisement
    society we live in. Like any other profession, the advertising field is governed by the laws and enactment governing the mass media. By citing live cases the paper discusses the nature of problems faced by the consumers through misleading advertisements and evaluates the relative efficacies of institutional...
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