The EU Commission decides upon a comprehensive reform of the EU merger control system, including the adoption of proposals for legislative change and for substantive guidance on merger analysis

"Reform of the EU Merger Control System — a comprehensive package of proposals"* On 11 December 2002, the Commission decide upon a comprehensive reform of the EU merger control system, including the adoption of proposals for legislative change and for substantive guidance on merger analysis. These proposals follow a year of consultation and debate on the Green Paper on the Review of Council Regulation (EEC) No 4064/89, the Merger Regulation . The Paper called for views on how the effectiveness of the legal framework for EU merger control might be improved, adapting it better to the realities of a globalising economy, against the backdrop of an enlarging and increasingly integrated Community. The Merger Regulation foresees a regular review of certain of its provisions, notably those

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Stephen Ryan, The EU Commission decides upon a comprehensive reform of the EU merger control system, including the adoption of proposals for legislative change and for substantive guidance on merger analysis, 11 December 2002, e-Competitions December 2002, Art. N° 38923

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