Amazon wants Future Retail to be investigated by India’s market regulator – accuses Kishore Biyani’s group of insider trading
- Amazon has written to India’s market regulator – Securities and Exchange Board of India, accusing
Future Retailof insider trading, according to Reuters.
- Amazon wrote in the letter that Future Retail revealed price sensitive information to Reliance regarding the Singapore arbitrator’s order of the injunction granted to the global e-commerce giant.
- The Singapore court had ruled in favour of Amazon and passed an interim order that put the RIL-Future deal on hold.
On October 25, global e-commerce giant Amazon got a stay order on the Future Retail and Reliance deal from a Singapore arbitrator, and had written to BSE and SEBI to uphold the decision. Amazon had sent a legal notice to Future Coupons over Future Group’s ₹25,000 crore deal with Reliance. Amazon had said that it was denied the Rights of First Refusal for the deal with Future Group.
The Singapore court had ruled in favour of Amazon and passed an interim order that put the RIL-Future deal on hold.
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Here’s a timeline of events in the Future Retail, Reliance vs Amazon fight so far
The development comes as the
During the court’s proceedings on Wednesday, Amazon’s representative Gopal Subramanium argued that when Future Retail has used money from the global e-commerce company, how can it now say that it’s in violation of the FDI rules of India.
On Tuesday, Future Retail’s lawyer Harish Salve had argued that FDI isn’t allowed in multi-brand retail in India and that Amazon can’t go ahead with FDI violations. Salve ended his arguments in court by saying, “Please don’t let this American giant kill Future.”
‘Please don’t let this American giant kill Future,’ Kishore Biyani’s lawyers say Amazon knew about RIL-Future Retail deal from June
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