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The U.S. FTC holds that a for-profit hospital chain’s acquisition of a competing hospital is in violation of § 7 of the Clayton Act and § 5 of the FTC Act (AMI / AMISUB)

American Medical International, Inc. (“AMI”) is a Delaware corporation engaged in the operation and management of proprietary hospitals in the United States and in foreign countries. AMI owns approximately 64 hospitals in the United States and abroad and it is the third largest proprietary hospital chain the in United States. AMISUB (French Hospital) is a subsidiary corporation of AMI, established for the purpose of acquiring and operating French Hospital located in San Luis Obispo, California. AMI owns and operates three of the five general acute care hospitals in San Luis Obispo County, California,

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Tiffany GE, The U.S. FTC holds that a for-profit hospital chain’s acquisition of a competing hospital is in violation of § 7 of the Clayton Act and § 5 of the FTC Act (AMI / AMISUB), 2 July 1984, e-Competitions July 1984, Art. N° 71611

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