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Tag Archives: Indian Jurisprudence on price Parallelism

A critical analysis of ‘Rajasthan Cylinders and Containers Ltd. v Union of India and Another’

Price parallelism is a term used in Competition law where the traders change their prices simultaneously, in the same direction and proportionally. Since such practices result in monopoly prices in goods, it is considered harmful to the consumers. This article makes an attempt to analyze this phenomenon in light of …

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