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Merger Control in the EU: Law, Economics and Practice 2nd ed isbn 9780199276059

Merger Control in the EU

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Edurne Navarro, Andres FontPrincipal Administrator, Directorate-General Competition, EC Commission, Brussels, Jaime Folguera, Juan BrionesDirectorate-General Competition, EC Commission , Brussels

ISBN13: 9780199244706
ISBN: 0199244707
New Edition ISBN: 0199276056
Published: July 2002
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



This book provides an exhaustive analysis of the European Community rules relating to merger control, including the changes introduced by the Council Regulation 1310/97. The European Commission has exclusive competence to authorise or prohibit concentrations which have a Community dimension. Bearing in mind the economic relevance of these operations, decisions made by the Commission have an extraordinary market impact. This work is an invaluable and precise instrument for legal practitioners and economists, as well as for those undertakings involved in merger operations or acquisitions. It will enable them to become acquainted with the Commission's policy in this field and to guide themselves through the complex procedure of notification in Brussels. It will also be useful for those merger operations which are required to follow the procedure of notification to the national competition authorities in EU Member States, since the Commission's guidelines inspire, to a large extent, the acts and decisions of the national authorities in this field. This book analyses the issues related to merger control not only from a legal standpoint, but also from an economic one.;It is a product of the authors' knowledge and experience in Brussels as officials of the Merger Task Force in the Commission, and as lawyers defending the interests of undertakings involved in the notification procedure.

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Contents:
1. Introduction: Origin and Objectives of the Creation of a Community Control System of Concentrations; 2. Notion of Concentration; 3. The Treatment of Joint Ventures under the Merger Regulation; 4. Community Dimension; 5. Definition of the Relevant Market; 6. Creation or Reinforcement of an Individual Dominant Position; 7. The Collective Dominant Position. Treatment of Oligopolies; 8. Barriers to Entry and Potential Competition; 9. Vertical Concentrations and Vertical Aspects of Merger; 10. Restrictions of Competition in Operations of Concentration: Application of Article 81 of the Treaty to Joint Ventures and Ancillary Restraints; 11. Efficiencies and Viability. Authorizations subject to Condition; 12. The Procedure in Community Merger Control. Basic Principles and Notifications; 13. The Procedure in Community Merger Control: The Proceedings by the European Commission; 14. Institutional Questions; 15. Judicial Control