The EU Council extends the scope of the merger regulation in order to ensure a ’one-stop shop’ system at the Community level

"Merger : Summary of the most important recent developments"* Taking into account the considerable efforts, costs and legal uncertainty created by multiple national filings of the same transaction, the Council has decided to extend the scope of the Merger Regulation in order to ensure a ‘one-stop shop’ system at the Community level. In addition to the current thresholds defined in Article 1 paragraph 2 of the current Regulation

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  • DG COMP (Brussels)

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Conrado Tromp, The EU Council extends the scope of the merger regulation in order to ensure a ’one-stop shop’ system at the Community level , 30 June 1997, e-Competitions June 1997, Art. N° 39500

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