Dr. Arti Aneja
Digital Economy has undoubtedly made an enormous imprint on our day to day social and economic activities. The term can be broadened in its scope that can include all markets focussing on digital platforms and technologies in order to execute various types of trades revolving around data, services and goods. The expansion and development in the digital sector have contributed to the effortless digital trade on platforms that we experience today which go far beyond the rudimentary definitions of “Digitalisation”. This article intends to analyse the major stakeholders of the Digital Market with the objective to address the issues and challenges posed at Competition and Anti-Trust authorities. Further, with reference to formerly recognised sectors and pre-existing assertions made by competition authorities, eminent scholars and academic personalities, the article intends to convey recommendations and provide inputs to combat the above mentioned challenges.
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