The UK Competition Authority decides that the leading global supplier of window blinds must sell the majority of shares in acquired competitor (Hunter Douglas / 247 Home Furnishings)

Final decision published in window blind merger inquiry* The CMA has decided that Hunter Douglas, owner of online blinds retailer Blinds2Go, must sell the majority of its shares in 247 to protect competition and prevent higher prices. Hunter Douglas originally purchased a minority stake in 247 Home Furnishings (247) in 2013 and subsequently bought the remaining 51% in 2019. Hunter

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UK Competition Authority, The UK Competition Authority decides that the leading global supplier of window blinds must sell the majority of shares in acquired competitor (Hunter Douglas / 247 Home Furnishings), 14 September 2020, e-Competitions September 2020, Art. N° 97278

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