Introduction 1 On 5 December 2003 the European Commission (the Commission), cleared at Phase I, subject to a structural remedy, the acquisition whereby the General Electric Company (GE), via a wholly-owned subsidiary, GE Aircraft Engines (GEAE), would acquire Agfa-Gevaert’s non-destructive testing business (Agfa NDT).  It was determined by the Commission that the structural remedy removed its competition concerns and as such the merger was “compatible with the common market and with the EEA Agreement.” 2 On 19 March 2003 the Commission received a referral request under Article 22(3) of the Council Regulation (EC) No. 4064/89 on the control of concentrations between undertakings (the Merger Regulation) from the German Bundeskartellamt which was joined by Austria, Greece, Ireland,
The EU Commission clears at phase I, subject to a structural remedy, the acquisition whereby a wholly-owned subsidiary would acquire a non-destructive testing business in the electric sector (GE / GEAE)
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