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17-Oct-2016 | Pradeep S Mehta & Abhishek Kumar I The Wire
If India is to become truly competitive, the govt must improve efficiency and transparency of public administration among other factors
02-May-2015 | Pradeep S Mehta
The Trans Pacific Partnership is becoming a reality in the Asia-Pacific region would have many implications for India, not only in tariff preferences but also higher standards
21-Aug-2014 | Pradeep S Mehta
Establishing bodies to deal with problems of poor governance will yield few results unless Modi takes an overarching institutional approach to the issue
02-Apr-2014 | Pradeep S Mehta
India's Planning Commission needs to evolve into an independent body that is open to public scrutiny and gives more power to the states
30-Jul-2013 | Pradeep S Mehta
The civil aviation ministry's proposal to create a cell to keep tabs on airfares defies logic. What it needs is a vigilant competition agency
14-Dec-2012 | Pradeep S Mehta
Competitive neutrality is a minimum condition for effective mixed markets, for which the government needs to adopt and implement the National Competition Policy quickly
09-May-2012 | Pradeep S Mehta
As a prudential regulator, the central bank cannot step into the shoes of the Competition Commission of India. What is needed is more cooperation between the two authorities
22-Sep-2011 | Pradeep S Mehta
Robust competition means more choice for consumers at affordable prices
22-Aug-2011 | Pradeep S Mehta
A number of competition distortions or impediments arise owing to our policy framework in different areas of economic governance
31-Jul-2011 | Pradeep S Mehta
Reforming the public distribution system is a Herculean task and well nigh impossible
03-Jun-2011 | Pradeep S Mehta
The CCI should be proactive in analysing mergers of international companies that have Indian subsidiaries to check anticompetitive practices
29-Apr-2011 | Pradeep S Mehta
An effective implementation of the merger regulations will help check anti-competitive practices while promoting industrial growth
21-Jun-2008 | Pradeep S Mehta
A new competition law passed in 2002, further amended in 2007, will be operational soon.
23-Mar-2007 | Pradeep S Mehta
The book is a useful compendium of various dimensions of competition law, and can be a good reference to any reader who is looking for all of this in one place. Alas, most of the chapters are rehashed
19-Mar-2007 | Pradeep S Mehta
India needs $70bn of private investment in infrastructure and will not get it without a level playing field.
07-Dec-2006 | Pradeep S Mehta
More specialised and experienced people are needed to deal with international trade policy matters, perhaps civil servants appointed for the job on a permanent basis.
05-Jun-2006 | Pradeep S Mehta
Some possible solutions given that agriculture and Nama issues are stuck.
07-Jan-2006 | Pradeep S Mehta
From giving the proposed commission some adjudicatory powers which are those of the Tribunal, to staffing it with ex-MRTPC personnel, the list goes on
01-Aug-2005 | Pradeep S Mehta
The sole idea seems to be to ensure babus get jobs while not offending the Court.
24-Jan-2005 | Pradeep S Mehta
The first WTO dispute on trade and competition in the telecom sector points to some dangers for smaller economic powers.