CASE COMMENT: MERGERS - COMMITMENTS - PHASE I REMEDY

Phase I Remedy: The European Commission rules on the divestment of a viable business in order to avoid the creation of a total monopoly (Veolia/Cleanaway)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. – EC Comm, 21 September 2006, Veolia / Cleanaway, Case COMP/M.4318 The European Commission has conditionally approved the acquisition of Cleanaway Holdings Limited (Cleanaway) by Veolia ES Holdings plc (VES) following a Phase I investigation. Both operators are providers of waste management services in the UK. The Commission has defined the relevant markets for waste collection on the one hand and waste disposal on the

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Jérôme Philippe, Phase I Remedy: The European Commission rules on the divestment of a viable business in order to avoid the creation of a total monopoly (Veolia/Cleanaway), 21 September 2006, Concurrences N° 1-2007, Art. N° 12870, p. 115

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