The US DoJ obtains guilty plea for obstruction of justice engaged through false documents submission in connection with a merger investigation in the automated teller machine (ATM) industry (Nautilus Hyosung)

Submission of Altered Documents in Merger Review Leads to Criminal Charges* Automated teller machine maker Nautilus Hyosung Holdings Inc. has been charged with obstruction of justice for submitting false documents to the government in its attempt to obtain U.S.antitrust approval of its proposed acquisition of a competing manufacturer of ATM systems in 2008. The altered documents allegedly misrepresented and minimized the competitive impact of Nautilus Hyosung Holdings

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Jeffrey May, The US DoJ obtains guilty plea for obstruction of justice engaged through false documents submission in connection with a merger investigation in the automated teller machine (ATM) industry (Nautilus Hyosung), 15 August 2011, e-Competitions August 2011, Art. N° 38396

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