COMPETENCE OF COMPETITION COMMISSION IN THE EMERGING DIGITAL SOCIETY OF INDIA
By Kanishka Srivastava & Aabha jaiswal
The computerized economy has various qualities which may create both ace and anticompetitive results. From one perspective, computerized markets are by and large seen to profit buyers through lower costs expanded straightforwardness and improved item quality. Then again, they likewise have a specific propensity towards showcase focus.
Due to these attributes, competition authorities are faced with customary implementation challenges, yet in a refined way. Within the sight of exceptionally focused markets, it might sure be enticing for the authorities to induce oppressive direct from simple market control, which may prompt over-implementation or over-guideline. On the other hand, within the sight of troublesome development and quick advancing markets, the Authorities may put too incredible dependence on the supposed contestability of computerized markets, which may prompt the contrary danger of under-authorization. At long last, advanced markets may raise novel competition concerns which require a refinement of the lawful and financial ideas customarily utilized by the competition authorities, specifically for the estimation of market control and for the evaluation of creative valuing techniques. This paper illuminates the discussion going on in India over the use of competition law rules.
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