CASE COMMENT: DISTRIBUTION - SMEs PROTECTION

SMEs protection: The Senate’s economic affairs Committee proposes, through an amendment of the SME bill, to restore an ex post control of non notifiable mergers (Projet de loi PME)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Nicolas Stoop, from the MEDEF Legal Affairs Department, attracts my attention to an amendment originally moved by senators Mortemousque, Barraux and Caesar (No. 102), then, it seems, taken up again at the same by Rapporteur Cornu (No. 65) before being adopted by the Senate Committee on Economic Affairs, to be discussed at the debate in public session scheduled for the week of 6 to 10 June. This amendment seeks nothing more and nothing less than to restore the ability for the Minister to carry out an a posteriori control of the operations of non-notifiable concentrations, i.e. concentrations that do not reach the mandatory notification thresholds, but

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Alain Ronzano, SMEs protection: The Senate’s economic affairs Committee proposes, through an amendment of the SME bill, to restore an ex post control of non notifiable mergers (Projet de loi PME), 18 May 2005, Concurrences N° 3-2005, Art. N° 63061, www.concurrences.com

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