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Merger Control Worldwide 2nd ed

Edited by: Maher Dabbah, Paul Lasok

ISBN13: 9780521195096
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780521724135
Published: May 2012
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback, 2 Volumes
Price: £505.00



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Merger control has emerged as a growing area of competition law within the last decade. Merger operations can impact on a number of jurisdictions and may require regulatory notification and approval in more than one.

Merger Control Worldwide provides practitioners 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. The chapters set out the details of every jurisdiction where a mechanism for merger control is in place and make use of flowcharts and diagrams to provide a concise and practical account of the relevant law in each jurisdiction.

Subjects:
Competition Law, Mergers and Acquisitions
Contents:
Volume I
Introduction
1. Albania
2. Argentina
3. Armenia (Republic of Armenia)
4. Australia
5. Austria
6. Barbados
7. Belgium
8. Bosnia and Herzegovina
9. Brazil
10. Bulgaria
11. Canada
12. Chile
13. China
14. Costa Rica
15. Croatia
16. Cyprus (Republic of Cyprus)
17. Czech Republic
18. Denmark
19. Estonia
20. European Economic Area
21. European Union
22. Finland
23. France
24. Germany (Federal Republic of Germany)
25. Greece
26. Hong Kong
27. Hungary
28. Iceland
29. India
30. Indonesia (Republic of Indonesia)
31. Ireland
32. Israel.
Volume II
Introduction
33. Italy
34. Japan
35. Kenya
36. Korea
37. Latvia
38. Lithuania
39. Macedonia (Republic of Macedonia)
40. Malta
41. Mexico
42. Netherlands (The Netherlands)
43. New Zealand
44. Norway
45. Pakistan
46. Peru
47. Philippines (Republic of the Philippines)
48. Poland
49. Portugal
50. Romania
51. Russia
52. Serbia and Montenegro
53. Singapore
54. Slovakia (Slovak Republic)
55. Slovenia
56. South Africa
57. Spain
58. Sri Lanka
59. Sweden
60. Switzerland
61. Taiwan
62. Thailand
63. Tunisia (Republic of Tunisia)
64. Turkey
65. Ukraine
66. United Kingdom
67. United States of America
68. Uzbekistan
69. Venezuela
70. Zambia.