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Remedies in multijurisdictional merger control: Curse or cure?

Börries Ahrens, White & Case Client Alert, November 2015

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The rising number of enforcers imposing remedies in international merger control increases the level of uncertainty around whether and in what form a complex deal can be navigated through competition authorities.

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