Analysing Vertical Agreements Under Competition Law

Analysing Vertical Agreements Under Competition Law

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For example, in 2011, the ICC rejected allegations of vertical restraints allegedly imposed by Intel Corporation (a Delaware corporation) and its Indian subsidiary by setting targets and incentives, preventing distributors from handling competing products, and setting the resale price of their distributors. Even in a purely internet context, the ICC will be responsible for assessing extraterritorial vertical restraints if it considers that such restrictions influence the conditions of competition in India. No no. The ICC does not provide formal or informal guidelines for behaviour. It regularly publishes competition compliance manuals, advocacy brochures, FAQs, etc., which companies can use to bring their practices into compliance with competition law. .