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This text introduces the reader to the principles and practice of merger control in the EC and the UK. It deals clearly with both of the new regimes, providing a discussion of the policy and the relevant legislation, clarified through an analysis of pertinent cases and decisions. The aim is to provide the non-expert reader with a thorough and accessible introduction to the subject. The book deals first with matters common to both regimes, including relevant economics, and then focuses on the EC and UK systems as separate entities. In each case the text covers qualifying mergers, including principles of territorial jurisdiction, substantive tests, procedures, appeals, and third party rights, as well as the link between the UK and EC regimes. The book is up to date to 31 July 2006. Substantial appendices provide most of the relevant core legislation in one convenient place.
Table of contents
1. INTRODUCTION 2. AN INTRODUCTION TO THE ECONOMICS OF MERGER CONTROL 3. EC AND MEMBER STATE MERGER CONTROL 4. QUALIFYING MERGERS IN THE EC 5. ECMR PROCEDURES 6. THE SUBSTANTIVE TEST UNDER THE ECMR 7. COLLECTIVE DOMINANCE AND COORDINATED EFFECTS 8. FINAL DECISIONS AND REMEDIES 9. APPEALS AND THIRD PARTY RIGHTS 10. UK QUALIFYING MERGERS 11. THE SUBSTANTIVE TEST UNDER THE ENTERPRISE ACT 2002 12. PROCEDURE BEFORE THE MAKING OF A REFERENCE 13. UNDERTAKINGS AND ORDERS AT THE OFT 14. REFERENCES TO THE COMPETITION COMMISSION AND ITS TREATMENT OF THEM 15. FINAL DECISIONS AND REMEDIES 16. MERGERS IN THE MEDIA AND WATER SECTORS 17. PUBLIC INTEREST MERGERS AND SPECIAL MERGER SITUATIONS 18. APPEALS AND THIRD PARTY RIGHTS
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