The Competition Commission has dismissed a complaint alleging unfair business practices against wind turbine manufacturer Vestas Wind Technology India with regard to service conditions of the equipments supplied by the firm.
In an order dated August 7, the fair trade regulator said no prima facie case of contravention of the provisions of either Section 3 or 4 of the Competition Act is made out against Vestas. Accordingly, the Competition Commission of India (CCI) disposed of the complaint. Section 3 and 4 of the Competition Act deal with anti-competitive agreements and abuse of dominant market position, respectively.
The complainant, Hyderabad-based Swarna Properties, had stated that it had entered into a pact with Vestas for supply of wind turbines and the sale of the same was conditional upon acceptance of maintenance services, among others. Accordingly, a service agreement was entered into between the two entities. Read More
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