The Competition Commission of India viewed that Hyundai Motors India Limited did observing of the maximum permissible discount levels leading into resale price maintenance. This act fell afoul of Section 3 (4) (e) read with Section 3 (1) of the Competition Act. The company even practiced advising lubricants / oils and it ordered the dealers to use the asked lubricants / oils so that they do not face any penalty. This action was found to be contravening Section 3 (4) (a) read with Section 3 (1) of the Act. The commission instructed the company to stop committing anti-competitive acts. Finding the company as a first-time offender, the commission ordered it to pay Rs. 87 crore penalty for breaching Section 3 (4) (a) and 3 (4) (e) read with Section 3 (1) of the Act.

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