Amazon’s try to regulate Future Retail violates FDI guidelines: Excessive Court docket


New Delhi, December 23

The Delhi High Court has ruled that US e-commerce giant Amazon’s attempt to control Future Retail through a conflation of agreements it has with an unlisted unit of the Indian company will be violative of the FEMA FDI rules, the Kishore Biyani-led firm said on Wednesday.

DELHI HC RULING

  • The court ruled that Amazon’s attempt to control Future Retail through a conflation of agreements it has with an unlisted unit of the Indian company will be violative of the FEMA FDI rules

Giving out its analysis of the Delhi High Court’s December 21 judgment, Future Retail Ltd (FRL) in a filing to stock exchanges said its Board approving a Rs 24,713-crore deal to sell assets to Reliance Retail has been held “valid in law” by the court.

It said the entire legal basis of the emergency arbitration award that Amazon secured to halt the Rs 24,713-crore deal, “stands vitiated”.

The High Court had on Monday upheld Amazon’s right to make representations to statutory authorities against the Future Group-Reliance Retail deal. — PTI



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