Federal antitrust authorities on Monday released a document aimed at helping the business community understand how enforcement officials evaluate mergers between competitors and decide which cases to block.

The so-called Commentary on the Horizontal Merger Guidelines, issued jointly by the Federal Trade Commission and the Department of Justice’s antitrust division, doesn’t change any rules or regulations currently in place. But the document does give some insight into how the guidelines are applied in individual mergers.

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