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CCI to probe Coal India for abuse of dominance

 |  March 12, 2012

The Competition Commission of India has ordered an investigation into Coal India’s possible abuse of its dominant market position. Coal India is state-controlled, and the world’s largest coal miner. The probe is prompted by a complaint filed by Maharashtra State Power Generation Company, in which it alleges that Coal India and its subsidiary Mahanadi Coalfields have imposed unfair conditions on the supply of coal.

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