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CADE Likely Clears Linde-Praxair Merger if Companies Divest Enough

Brazilian regulator CADE is expected to approve the merger between industrial gas players Linde and Praxair, subject to significant divestments, a source representing a client of Linde told CTFN. To Keep Reading, Request a Trial Already a subscriber? Log-infeatured

Linde/Praxair Divestiture Package May Need to be Sweetened in Brazil

Brazilian antitrust regulator CADE is assessing the effectiveness of the divestment package submitted by industrial gas giants Linde and Praxairfeatured

CADE Hears NGO Complaints Over Bayer-Monsanto Merger Ahead of Final Ruling

Public interest group Avaaz has called for Brazilian regulator CADE to block the planned merger between agrochem giants Bayer and Monsanto,featured

Rivals and Clients Apply for Third-Party Status in CADE Review of Linde-Praxair Merger

Rivals and clients of industrial gas giants Linde and Praxair have asked Brazilian antitrust regulator CADE to be admitted as third parties in the review of the planned merger, confirming that the deal is facing strong opposition in Brazil. Air Liquide, Brazilian metallurgic company Companhia Brasileira de Alumínio (CBA), healthcare services provider Empresa de Serviços … Read Morefeatured

Linde/Praxair in Pre-Filing Discussions with CADE

Industrial gas giants Linde and Praxair are currently engaged in pre-notification talks with Brazilian antitrust regulator CADE for their planned $80 billion merger, sourcesfeatured

Third Parties Further Intervene in CADE Review of Monsanto-Bayer Merger

Brazil’s soybean and cottonseed associations submitted a new petition to CADE November 24, To Keep Reading, Request a Trial Already a subscriber? Log-infeatured

Brazil’s Soybean and Cottonseed Associations Request Further Disposals for Monsanto-Bayer Merger

Brazil’s soybean and cottonseed associations will file a petition with the tribunal of antitrust regulator CADE on Friday,featured

GrandVision to Withdraw as Third Party in Brazilian Review of Luxottica/Essilor

Dutch rival GrandVision is going to give up its third-party status in the CADE review of the planned merger between Italian eyewear group Luxottica and French lens maker Essilor, To Keep Reading, Request a Trial Already a subscriber? Log-infeatured

Brazil’s Soybean Associations Unsatisfied with Bayer’s Divestment Proposal

Brazilian soybean producers’ associations Aprosoja and Abrass are not happy with the remedy proposal that Bayer has submitted to CADE, as it does not make any reference tofeatured

Time Warner/AT&T Focus on Timing

With additional reporting by Valeria Camerino – An attorney for a public interest group that had sought to intervene in the Department of Justice’s review of thefeatured

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