Competition Commission has dismissed allegations of unfair business practices made against luxury car maker Jaguar Land Rover. After concluding that the company is not a dominant player in the relevant market, the regulator has ruled that there is no need to look into its conduct any further under the Competition Act. JLR is owned by Tata Motors. The complainant had alleged that JLR India abused its dominance with regard to sale of a Range Rover, one of its car brands. With respect to the complaint, the Commission considered ‘market for manufacture and sale of luxury cars in India’ as the relevant one.
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