Ola, Uber do not facilitate cartelization or anti-competitive practices: Supreme Court

On the issue of locus of the petitioner, the Bench set aside the NCLAT finding that Samir Agrawal was "not an informant" to move the CCI.
Ola, Uber do not facilitate cartelization or anti-competitive practices: Supreme Court
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The Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to interfere with the orders of the Competition Commission of India (CCI) and the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLAT) which had held that Ola and Uber do not facilitate cartelisation or anti-competitive practices leading to inflated charges for riders (Samir Agrawal v. Competition Commission of India).

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