CADE to Clear Time Warner/AT&T with Behavioral Remedies

Updated at 12:11pm EDT – The tribunal of Brazilian regulator CADE will approve the ongoing merger between AT&T and Time Warner with behavioralfeatured

Monsanto and Bayer in Remedy Discussions with Indian Regulator

Monsanto and Bayer are in pre-phase 2 remedy negotiations with the Competition Commission of India, several antitrust sources familiarfeatured

Monsanto, Bayer Fail to Reach Divestment Agreement with CADE General Superintendence

Biotechnology giants Monsanto and Bayer could not reach a concentration control agreement (ACC) with CADE’s general superintendencefeatured

Sources Skeptical of Speculated Commerzbank/UniCredit Tie-up

With additional reporting by Salvatore Bruno. A potential takeover of Germany’s second-largest bank Commerzbank by Italian peer UniCredit seems unlikely,featured

Luxottica/Essilor Update on Australia and Other Jurisdictions

Australian antitrust regulator, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, will look at both the horizontal and vertical effects of the proposed merger between Italian eyewearfeatured

CADE Does Not Appear to be Demanding Divestment of Sky in Time Warner/AT&T Review

Officials at Brazilian regulator CADE do not appear to be demanding the divestment of Sky to grant approval of the Time Warner/AT&T deal, a lawyer forfeatured

Swedish Shareholder Association to Pursue Claim Against Haldex

The Swedish Shareholders’ Association (Aktiespararna), which represents Haldex’s retail shareholders, is still determined to file a suit against the company and the decision takenfeatured

Luxottica/Essilor to Present Remedies in Phase I

With additional reporting by Rachel Rigby – Italian eyewear group Luxottica and French lens maker Essilor are going to submit a remedy package for their planned merger to EU regulators byfeatured

Linde/Praxair expected to File with CADE in November

German industrial gas group Linde and US peer Praxair will notify their planned merger with Brazilian antitrust regulator CADE in November, a competition lawyer familiar withfeatured

Anatel Injunction Puts Sky Brasil on the Table in Time Warner/AT&T Merger

Brazil’s telecoms regulator Anatel has ruled that Sky Serviços de Banda Larga LTDA, and its parent company AT&T, cannot carry out any act “whose effects in the Brazilian pay TV marketfeatured


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