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Pakistan’s competition watchdog has raided the Pakistan Sugar Mills Association’s Lahore and Islamabad offices on suspicions of collusive conduct.
15 September 2020
Rahat Hassan has returned as chair of Pakistan’s competition authority, beginning a three-year stint in charge of the enforcer.
16 July 2020
Pakistan’s antitrust authority has made a preliminary finding that 46 suppliers of transmission line hardware material to electric power distribution companies rigged bids in violation of the country’s competition law.
16 June 2020
A Pakistani government report has criticised the country’s competition watchdog for doing nothing to tackle cartels and abuse of dominance in the sugar industry over the past decade.
26 May 2020
Shaista Bano Gilani is the new acting chair of Pakistan’s competition watchdog after a court confirmed the removal of her predecessor.
05 May 2020
The Competition Commission of Pakistan has cleared Uber’s acquisition of Careem, but imposed “tough” and wide-ranging behavioural conditions on the merger of the ride-hailing companies.
20 February 2020
Pakistan’s competition authority has raided the Pakistan Flour Mills Association less than two months after it was hit with a maximum fine for price-fixing.
12 February 2020
Pakistan’s competition watchdog has imposed the maximum possible fine on the Pakistan Flour Mills Association for engaging in a conspiracy to fix the price of wheat flour.
16 December 2019
Pakistan’s antitrust watchdog has made a preliminary finding that Uber’s acquisition of rival Careem is likely to hurt competition in the ride-sharing application market.
27 August 2019
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