The Brazilian Antitrust Authority annnounces a new interpretation of the Brazilian merger notification threshold reducing foreign merger filings (ADC Telecommunications / Krone International)

Brazilian merger notification requirements, traditionally a major hurdle for multinational mergers, have just become less burdensome. In an unexpected development last Wednesday, the Brazilian antitrust authority (“CADE”) announced a new interpretation of the Brazilian merger notification thresholds that may reduce foreign merger filings in Brazil by more than 90%. CADE reversed 10 years of precedent by declaring that, in line with the approach of many other jurisdictions worldwide, the Brazil notification threshold of 400 million Reales should henceforth be assessed in terms of Brazilian turnover rather

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William J. Kolasky, Douglas Melamed, Janet Ridge, The Brazilian Antitrust Authority annnounces a new interpretation of the Brazilian merger notification threshold reducing foreign merger filings (ADC Telecommunications / Krone International), 19 January 2005, e-Competitions Bulletin January 2005, Art. N° 37276

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