CII SCORECARD 2014
CII SCORECARD 2014: Affordable, accessible sports infrastructure with new technologies the need of the hour
CII Scorecard 2014: Federations, more than teams, sponsors need to take onus of building sporting enterprises
CII Scoreboard 2014: Govt support for joint task force with mandate to secure industry status for sport
The emergence of anti-trust concerns in relation to the operations of sports bodies correlates with the rise of the commercial aspect of professional sporting engagement. Anti-trust as a species of law is concerned with the development of a market economy and concurrent limitation or regulation of monopolies. The principle underlying anti-trust law is that commercial enterprises will promote innovation and reduce production cost in a competitive market environment. Anti-trust law and policy seeks to foster competition, and is thus often referred to as competition law.
At his Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi memorial lecture, retired India middle-order batting great VVS Laxman voices his opinions on the core issues that affect Indian and Test cricket