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CCI dismisses complaint against JLR, its dealer

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

The Competition Commission has rejected a complaint alleging unfair business practices by luxury carmaker and it dealer.

The Competition Commission of (CCI) held that the matter is a "consumer dispute" and does not raise any competition concern.



The complaint was filed against Automotive PLC, AMP Motors Pvt Ltd and Future Generali Company Ltd (opposite parties). AMP Motors is an authorised dealer of

It was alleged that AMP Motors had imposed unfair condition by asking an exorbitant amount for repair of a Jaguar XF car.

CCI noted the dispute was a matter pertaining to deficiency in services.

"... The Commission is of the prima facie opinion that the present dispute between the informant and opposite parties is a consumer dispute and does not raise any competition concern," the order, dated March 14, said.

No prima facie case of abuse of dominance under Section 4 of the Competition Act is made out against the opposite parties, it added.

Section 4 of the Act pertains to abuse of dominant position.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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The Competition Commission of (CCI) held that the matter is a "consumer dispute" and does not raise any competition concern.

The complaint was filed against Automotive PLC, AMP Motors Pvt Ltd and Future Generali Company Ltd (opposite parties). AMP Motors is an authorised dealer of

It was alleged that AMP Motors had imposed unfair condition by asking an exorbitant amount for repair of a Jaguar XF car.

CCI noted the dispute was a matter pertaining to deficiency in services.

"... The Commission is of the prima facie opinion that the present dispute between the informant and opposite parties is a consumer dispute and does not raise any competition concern," the order, dated March 14, said.

No prima facie case of abuse of dominance under Section 4 of the Competition Act is made out against the opposite parties, it added.

Section 4 of the Act pertains to abuse of dominant position.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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CCI dismisses complaint against JLR, its dealer

The Competition Commission has rejected a complaint alleging unfair business practices by luxury carmaker and it dealer.

The Competition Commission of (CCI) held that the matter is a "consumer dispute" and does not raise any competition concern.

The complaint was filed against Automotive PLC, AMP Motors Pvt Ltd and Future Generali Company Ltd (opposite parties). AMP Motors is an authorised dealer of

It was alleged that AMP Motors had imposed unfair condition by asking an exorbitant amount for repair of a Jaguar XF car.

CCI noted the dispute was a matter pertaining to deficiency in services.

"... The Commission is of the prima facie opinion that the present dispute between the informant and opposite parties is a consumer dispute and does not raise any competition concern," the order, dated March 14, said.

No prima facie case of abuse of dominance under Section 4 of the Competition Act is made out against the opposite parties, it added.

Section 4 of the Act pertains to abuse of dominant position.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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