The European Commission authorizes the merger between two US civil and military aerospace companies raising the issue of international cooperation in antitrust matters (Boeing / McDonnell Douglas)

"International co-operation in antitrust matters: making the point in the wake of the Boeing/MDD proceedings"*Faced with “global” cases antitrust authorities worldwide need to cooperate Global trade and competition have an impact on most of the policies carried out by Governments all over the world. Competition policy is no exception. As firms with multinational activities adapt to the emerging world markets, decisions taken by industry headquarters have the potential to modify the competitive environment overnight. Strategic moves by major players are felt all over the world and have consequences for the final consumer, for business partners, competitors and employees. Competition concerns raised by the conduct of such players, or by their transactions and agreements, transcend

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Alexander Schaub, The European Commission authorizes the merger between two US civil and military aerospace companies raising the issue of international cooperation in antitrust matters (Boeing / McDonnell Douglas), 30 July 1997, e-Competitions Bulletin Buyer power in mergers, Art. N° 39486

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