CASE COMMENT: MERGERS (FRANCE) - BEHAVIOURAL REMEDIES - CONDITIONAL CLEARANCE

Behavioural remedies: The European Commission clears with conditions an acquisition in the financial market data sector (Reuters/Telerate)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. EC Comm, 23 May 2005, Reuters/Telerate, Case COMP/M.3692 A structural problem, a structural solution: the European Commission in principle prefers structural commitments to behavioural commitments (see, notice on admissible remedies, OJ C. 68 of 2 March 2001, p. 3, spec. point 13 and the code of good practice on commitments, point 3). One of the main drawbacks generally attributed to behavioural remedies is that they require medium to long term monitoring measures (CFI, 25 March 1999, Gencor, Case T-102/96, ECR II-753,

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Jean-Mathieu Cot, Behavioural remedies: The European Commission clears with conditions an acquisition in the financial market data sector (Reuters/Telerate), 23 May 2005, Concurrences N° 3-2005, Art. N° 1106, p. 99

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