Monopolies, price-fixing, and abuse of dominance aren’t just issues the Competition Commission of India (CCI) is grappling with. They are also the focus of Indian Competition Law: An International Perspective written by Suzanne Rab, a partner with law firm King & Spalding in London. The 156-page book, published by Wolters Kluwer, explains how the regulatory framework works, compares related legal mechanisms abroad, and analyses whether the CCI will be able to spell out its many moves lucidly. Rab also touches on the widening implications of a law that’s about to change deal-making for M&A participants.

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