The most influential lawyers group in the U.S. warned senior officials in India that the country’s new merger law could have a devastating effect on that country’s economic surge.

Enforcing the new merger regime “may be so burdensome as to discourage competitive conduct and investment in India,” the American Bar Association’s Section of Antitrust wrote in letters delivered to Indian government leaders on Wednesday, Nov 28.

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