The Competition Commission has approved the proposed merger of US-based Caelum Investment into InterGlobe Aviation, the holding company of budget airlines Indigo. The Competition Commission of India in an order released today said that the “proposed combination is not likely to have an appreciable adverse effect on competition in India”. The regulator stated that Caelum does not have investments in any other air transport services company. “It is observed that there is no horizontal overlap or vertical relation of any kind between InterGlobe Aviation and Caelum or any of their group companies,” CCI said.
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