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The UK Competition Authority Tribunal quashes the CMA’s decision for failing to provide sufficient evidence in order to prove that the acquisitions would result in vertical input foreclosure effects in the communication technology market (Tobii / Smartbox)

In September 2019, the Competition Markets Authority ("CMA") found that Tobii's acquisition of Smartbox resulted in or may result in a substantial lessening of competition in the UK assistive communication technology market and ordered Tobii to

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Lauren Kourie, Peter Willis, The UK Competition Authority Tribunal quashes the CMA’s decision for failing to provide sufficient evidence in order to prove that the acquisitions would result in vertical input foreclosure effects in the communication technology market (Tobii / Smartbox), 10 January 2020, e-Competitions Preview, Art. N° 93711

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