ASSOCHAM is going to organize the 4th International Conference on "Competition Law: Successes, Challenges & Reforms".
Date: 9th September, 2016
Venue: ASSOCHAM, New Delhi
About the Conference:
The Indian competition law regime is a nascent regime. Competition is a driving force in a global economy. Free and fair competition is one of the pillars of a proficient market economy. Competition law enforcement exists to preserve the integrity of free markets, undistorted by anti-competitive conduct. More vigorous competition has two main benefits: first, it protects consumers from companies that may, at times, seek or use market power to raise prices or reduce outputs. Second, it promotes productivity growth, largely by imposing stronger rivalry among companies to succeed in gaining the business of customers, which in turn leads to faster economic growth.
The past decades have witnessed a rapid globalization of economic activity which has significantly changed the outlook of the world economy. Globalization results in large economic benefits but also raises cross-border challenges for competition authorities, who must respond to anti-competitive conduct and mergers. The objectives of the competition policy in India are the creation of an active competitive environment and to aid and abet the process of creating globally competitive enterprises with enhanced investment and technological capabilities.
Who should attend?
Practicing Lawyers, Legal Advisors, Law Consultants, Corporate Counsels, Chartered Accountants, Finance Heads, Company Secretaries, Enforcement Officers, Industry Leaders & Decision Makers, Judges, Economists.
- Delegate Fees: Rs. 5,000/- per participant (10% special discount for ASSOCHAM Members, 10% discount on two or more participants from same organization)
Mr. Santosh Parasha
Mr. Abhishek Saxena
Phone: +91-99719 75142
Mr. Pankaj Mishra
Phone: +91-98712 65258
The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India
5, Sardar Patel Marg, Chanakyapuri,
New Delhi - 110021
Phone: 46550555 (Hunting Line)
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