Indian Merger Control – One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

By Naval Satarawala Chopra & Aparna Mehra

This article addresses the trends and challenges of the merger control regime in India.The merger control regime in India has been in place for the last five years. When the regime was introduced, practitioners and academics feared that the approval process adopted by the Competition Commission of India would delay transactions and be costly. The CCI has, to a large extent, allayed such fears by clearing close to 350 merger notifications within a much shorter time-frame than expected.

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