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Riya Sharma (Professional )     16 July 2012

CCH Presents: Competition Law Summit 2012

 

 

The Indian economy is one of the fastest growing economies of the world. The country has witnessed increased foreign direct investment over the past few years. As a result, the relatively new competition law has become one of the fastest growing areas of law in the country. India’s new Competition Law regime has played a crucial role in creating an environment conducive for increased investments in India from Indian and overseas business. In particular, the recently implemented Combinations Regulations under the Indian Competition Act, 2002 impact on businesses, legal advisors and regulators evaluating and contemplating potential investments in the country. 

 

In order to discuss and share practical insights on the developments in India and internationally, CCH India is organising a second annual event titled, “Competition Law Summit 2012” scheduled on 26th & 27th July in New Delhi. 

 

EVENT'S HIGHLIGHT

 

Book on Indian Competition Law in an International comparative context authored by Suzanne Rab, Partner, King & Spalding. Register now and get an opportunity to meet the author and buy a signed copy of the book.

 

OPENING ADDRESS BY

 

a. Mr. Vinod Dhall, Chairman, Dhall Law Chambers and Former Chairman, Competition Commission of India

 

b. Hon'ble Dr. Justice Arijit Pasayat, Former Chairman, Competition Appellate Tribunal

 

c. Mr. Dhanendra Kumar, First and Former Chairman CCI and the former Chairman, Committee on National Competition Policy”

 

Link: https://www.cchindia.co.in/in/ExecutiveEvents/ExecutiveEventDetails.aspx?ID=1328

For more details contact: 

 

Bhawana Khati

Phone: +91-124-4960951

Email: <Bhawana.Khati@wolterskluwer.com>

 



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