05 February 2019
Albania’s antitrust watchdog is investigating the country’s four largest banks, after a preliminary look suggested they may have coordinated rates for loan interest, mortgages and foreign exchange commissions.
04 February 2019
The Hong Kong Association of the Pharmaceutical Industry has asked the territory’s competition watchdog to allow it to collect and distribute certain non-price sales data for prescription and over-the-counter products in Hong Kong and Macau.
22 January 2019
Brazil’s competition agency is probing exclusivity agreements between local authorities and brewers highlighted by an economic ministry report.
22 January 2019
As India’s competition authority probes Maersk and DP World for alleged collusion, it has ordered them to retract statements indicating they would not deliver shipping containers to a rival company.
20 December 2018
Three US film studios have promised not to enforce geoblocking provisions in their contracts with broadcaster Sky UK, in an attempt to end the European Commission’s probe into cross-border restrictions on pay television.
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.