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  • CCP approves merger of Mobilink, Warid

    ISLAMABAD: The Competition Commission of Pakistan (CCP) has approved the proposed merger of Mobilink and Warid...

    The assessment has been undertaken on the basis of extensive consultation with the merger parties, competitors and the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA)...

  • CCP seeks removal of barriers in power sector procurements

    LAHORE: The Com­petition Commission of Pakistan (CCP) has stated that there were certain restrictions for new entrants in power sector procurements which needed to be avoided...

    In a report “Opinion on Competition Concerns in Public Procurement of Electrical Power Equipment,” the CCP says that public procurement constitutes 15 to 25 per cent of gross domestic product, or approximately $38 to $63 billion...

  • CCP condemns Mastung massacre

    LAHORE: The Concerned Citizens of Pakistan (CCP) has condemn government’s negligent attitude towards fellow citizens...

    In the wake of massacre of 21 bus passengers in Mastung, the CCP said in a press release, the people demand to know why security guards were not accompanying passenger buses on Friday night...

  • CCP, SECP sign accord

    ISLAMABAD: The Com­petition Commission of Pakistan (CCP) and the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) on Wednesday signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for sharing classified information...

    “A formal information sharing arrangement will allow both the agencies to request and receive information in a timely manner, thereby, making the process efficient,” said a CCP spokesman...

  • SBP, CCP sign agreement to share information

    KARACHI: The State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) and Competition Commission of Pakistan (CCP) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to share information, the central bank said in a statement on Wednesday...

    The MoU further said that the SBP and the CCP will assist each other in matters of mutual interest for better implementation of respective statutory powers...

  • CCP approves integration of three bourses

    ISLAMABAD: The Competition Commission of Pakistan (CCP) on Tuesday approved the integration of Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad stock exchanges paving the way for demutualisation of these bourses...

    All mergers are to be approved by the CCP...

  • CCP imposes Rs1.25m fine on Reckitt Benckiser

    ISLAMABAD: The Competition Commission of Pakistan (CCP) has imposed Rs1...

    25 million fine on Reckitt Benckiser Pakistan for running a deceptive TV commercial for its surface cleaner which was misleading consumers and hurting the business interests of its competitors...

  • CCP takes notice of increase in air fares

    KARACHI: The Compe­tition Commission of Pakistan (CCP) has taken notice of the unreasonable increase in air fares by some private airlines which have apparently taken advantage of the ongoing dispute bet­ween the Pakistan Inter­nat­ional Airlines and Pakistan Airlines Pilots’ Association, it is learnt...

    According to sources, the CCP has decided to hold an investigation into the matter...

  • CCP urges duty cut on steel billets

    ISLAMABAD: The Competition Commission of Pakistan (CCP) in a policy note to the federal government recommended it to amend the Statutory Regulatory Order (SRO) 18(I)/2015 pertaining to 15 per cent regulatory duty on imported steel billets...

    In the steel industry, there are large scale integrated steel manufacturing units that produce their own billets and convert them into steel bars, and the non-integrated re-rolling mills that rely...

  • CCP probing Toyota, Suzuki practices

    ISLAMABAD: The Competition Commission of Pakistan (CCP) has initiated an inquiry into the possible anti-competitive behaviour of two car manufacturers who are putting unreasonable financial burden on the consumers...

    One of the major concerns shared with CCP is the consistent upward trend in prices of cars without an up-gradation of the technology...

  • CCP approves integration of exchanges

    ISLAMABAD: The Competition Commission of Pakistan (CCP) on Monday approved the merger of three exchanges into Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSE) with the condition that PSE will carry out the divestment of 40 per cent of its shares to a strategic investor within one year of the date of integration...

    The CCP has also said that the sale of 20pc PSE shares to the public will also be carried out within the timelines specified, and that more...

  • CCP meeting discusses price control mechanism

    ISLAMABAD: The Competition Commission of Pakistan (CCP) on Thursday held a meeting to finalise its recommendations on the price control mechanism for essential food commodities in the country...

    A CCP media statement said the meeting was convened on the direction of Minister for Finance Ishaq Dar to finalise recommendations on the price control mechanism for essential food commodities...

  • CCP claims it’s protecting consumers interests

    MULTAN: The Compet­it­ion Commission of Pakistan (CCP) said it is taking swift action against business entities or individuals involved in hurting consumer interests...

    Addressing an awareness seminar at the Multan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MCCI) on Friday, Members Legal CCP Ikram Ul Haq Qureshi and Dr Shahzad said the commission’s efforts were directed at keeping the competitive environment alive and protecting rights of...

  • CCP for withdrawal of exemptions to transporters

    The CCP took notice of the circulars issued by the Punjab Revenue Authority and the Sindh Revenue Board on Sept 1, 2015 and July 24, 2015, respectively, granting exemptions to the informal transporters of goods from sales tax...

    The CCP observed that the exemptions granted to the non-corporate entities had placed the corporate sector at a competitive disadvantage...

  • CCP issues notices to 8 medical colleges

    ISLAMABAD: The Competition Commission of Pakistan (CCP) has issued show-cause notices to eight medical colleges over alleged violation of section 10 of the Competition Act 2010, which prohibits business establishments from engaging in deceptive marketing practices...

    The notices follow an inquiry conducted by the CCP into allegations of deceptive marketing practices after a press release issued by the Pakistan Medical and Dental...

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