Merger Control Worldwide: 1st Supplement to the 1st Edition

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Maher M. Dabbah, K. P. E. Lasok
Cambridge University Press, Feb 1, 2007 - Law - 100 pages
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Merger Control Worldwide is a comprehensive, multi-contributor collection which sets out the details of every jurisdiction where a mechanism for merger control is in place. A concise, practical account is given of the relevant law in each jurisdiction, presented with the aid of flowcharts and diagrams. Merger Control Worldwide aims to provide the legal community, in particular law firms and policy-makers, with a clear point of reference that will prove invaluable when making decisions and delivering sound and accurate advice in merger cases. This, the first supplement to Merger Control Worldwide, provides an update on developments that have occurred recently in the field. It includes a comprehensive appraisal of two new jurisdictions, Korea and Mexico.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Argentina
2
Armenia Republic of Armenia
6
Australia
8
Austria
11
Belgium
14
Brazil
16
China
20
Appeal and judicial review
61
Enforcement by private parties
62
Cooperation with other competition authorities
63
Mexico
64
Relevant legislation and statutory standards
65
Decisionmaking bodies and enforcement authorityies
66
Notification requirements and procedures
67
Substantive assessment and test
68

Germany Federal Republic of Germany
25
Greece
32
Iceland
40
Italy
42
Republic of Korea
48
Notification requirements and procedures
49
Substantive assessment and test
54
Final orders and sanctions by authorityies
60
Final orders and sanctions by authorityies
69
Enforcement by private parties
70
New Zealand
71
Spain
72
Ukraine
77
United Kingdom
81
Index
83
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Reader in Competition Law and Director of the ICC at Queen Mary, University of London.

Barrister and head of Monckton Chambers.

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