As part of the GCR Merger Remedies Guide, John Handoll, Shweta Shroff Chopra and Aparna Mehra have written a chapter addressing some salient features of the law and practice relating to remedies in merger cases in India. The Competition Commission of India has gone to significant lengths to consider appropriate remedies rather than block transactions. Though it has shown a preference for structural remedies (including divestment) it has availed of a broad range of behavioural remedies as well. Parties to transactions raising competition issues should plan for remedies at an early stage in order to try to secure acceptable remedy packages.
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