M&A: Going the USA way
As the EC begins to look at possible reform plans for the EU merger control process, it is possible that the system that is introduced could greatly resemble that of the US, say John Wotton and Carol Swaffer
At a time when international convergence is a key issue in antitrust law, the European Commission (EC) has been consulting on proposals which, if adopted, could result in far-reaching reform of the EU merger control process, governed by the EC Merger Regulation (ECMR).
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