Tag: Competition Authority


Safaricom effect: Slaying lessons for Telkom and Airtel

An artificial competitive landscape that overprices the services of one operator should not be imposed on the Kenyan telecoms market

Price controls won’t work in telecoms market

The Communications Authority should restrict its interventions to the wholesale market and avoid direct interventions in the retail market

Government agency raids NMG for talent

Mugambi Mutegi joined the Nation Media Group in January 2010 as a graduate trainee and was later posted to the Business Daily where he was attached to the corporate section

Nakumatt evicted from Garden City Mall

Business Daily reports that Stuart Gibson, the General Manager of Broll Kenya Limited which manages the premises, confirmed last week that the troubled retailer had been evicted

Coca-Cola swallows subsidiary in merger

Competition watchdog gives nod to four mergers, including acquisition of of Coca Cola Beverages Africa (CCBA) Proprietary, but orders protection employees and consumers

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