Abuse of Dominance by the E-Commerce Sector: An Overview

  • Aarchi and Soumee Roy
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  • Aarchi

    Student at KIIT Law School, India

  • Soumee Roy

    Student at KIIT Law School, India

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This article, deals with the fact how the E-commerce sector has entrenched itself in the well established physical market and has made itself a dominant portal of marketing in this era. Today everyone has at least purchased any product once from this sector. Every person has been continuously participating through this platform of marketing from their stand. This paper seeks to study the ally between the Competition Law and the E-Commerce sector keeping in view the expanded acceptance of the idea of virtual shopping. It is perceptible enough that E-Commerce has been continuously encouraging profuse sets of anti competitive issue and accordingly calling for heed of the Competition Commission of India. Thus, this makes compulsorily to analyse this working strategy of this E-Commerce sector with respect of the provisions of the Indian Competition Act, 2002. In this facet, the authors have tried to clarify and explain the concept of dominance and its abuse along with bewildering the enormous practices resulting to the abuse by the E-Commerce Sector.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 4, Page 1037 - 1049

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.111313

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