Dubai’s DP World Seeks To Annul India Antitrust Probe Over Mumbai Port: Court Filing In a filing in the High Court in Mumbai last week, the DP World unit Nhava Sheva International Container Terminal said the CCI’s decision to order an investigation was “arbitrary” and “capricious”. (Photo by Vikas Khot/Hindustan Times via Getty Images).
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Dubai’s DP World has approached an Indian court to quash an antitrust investigation recently ordered to probe its alleged anti-competitive behaviour at the country’s largest container port in Mumbai, a legal document reviewed by Reuters showed. The Competition Commission of India (CCI) last month said it suspected alleged antitrust violations by DP World and Denmark’s AP Moller-Maersk at the terminals they operate at state-owned Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT). The CCI’s probe followed a complaint by Singapore’s PSA International Pte Ltd, which had alleged that Maersk and DP World businesses created barriers to hinder the growth of PSA’s terminal by…
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