09 November 2018
The European Commission is seeking feedback on commitments by Disney to end its allegedly anticompetitive contractual agreements with Sky UK that restrict the cross-border provision of pay-TV within the European Economic Area.
06 November 2018
The investigations arm of India’s competition enforcer will issue a report on the potentially anticompetitive effects of algorithmic airline ticket pricing models, according to remarks by the authority’s top commissioner.
24 October 2018
France’s Competition Authority has fined chainsaw manufacturer Stihl €7 million for preventing its distributors from selling certain products online between 2006 and 2017 – marking the enforcer’s first decision on selective distribution in internet sales since the Coty judgment.
07 August 2018
Material used by the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority to obtain a search warrant that is protected under public interest immunity cannot be disclosed even into a confidentiality ring, an English appeal court has ruled.
30 July 2018
India’s competition authority is investigating two television broadcasters for alleged price discrimination, despite the country’s telecommunications regulator having already imposed conditions on the broadcasters for the same conduct.
27 July 2018
The UK’s Competition Appeal Tribunal has denied separate requests from the Competition and Markets Authority, Pfizer and Flynn Pharma to appeal against aspects of its phenytoin excessive-pricing decision last month, and ordered an immediate remittal of the case to the authority.
19 July 2018
Australia’s competition authority has taken two rail companies to court for allegedly reaching an “understanding” to stop competing once Aurizon sold part of its freight transport business to Pacific National and shut down the rest.
21 June 2018
India’s competition watchdog will not pursue a probe into ride-sharing companies Uber and Ola, after finding no initial evidence to show that they breached competition laws that prohibit anticompetitive agreements or abuse of dominance.
21 June 2018
The European Commission has launched a probe into Qatar Petroleum, to determine if territorial restrictions in the company’s long-term liquified natural gas supply agreements inhibit competition in the European Economic Area.
15 June 2018
Demark’s Competition Appeal Tribunal has upheld a decision finding two media companies violated competition law when one agreed not to contact the other’s customers.