Food delivery service Uber Eats and four other e-commerce companies are challenging the Competition Commission over a ruling that outlaws exclusive agreements with major suppliers and regulates their commission fees.  

In July last year, the commission published a report after an inquiry into “intermediation platforms” such as app stores, online travel agencies, food delivery services and property/automotive classifieds. It found there were market features in their business models that impeded, distorted or restricted competition...

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