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

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CTFN’s Ed Roberts will be in court for the entirety of the proceedings in the Department of Justice’s suit challenging the merger of Time Warner and AT&T.  Ed’s notes will be routinely posted and updated throughout. More here … Brazilian antitrust regulator CADE is assessing the effectiveness of the divestment package submitted by industrial gas … Read Morefeatured

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

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A number of competitors of industrial gas giants Linde and Praxair have expressed interest in acquiring the overlapping assets that the parties are likely to divest to gain antitrust approval for the planned merger, sources familiar with the situation told CTFN. More here … Fresenius announced on February 26 that it was “conducting an independent … Read Morefeatured

Rivals Express Interest in Linde-Praxair Assets

With additional reporting by Salvatore Bruno – A number of competitors of industrial gas giants Linde and Praxair have expressed interest in acquiring the overlappingfeatured

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In the Monsanto/Bayer merger the European Commission’s case team in DG Competition sent out the non-confidential version of the RM (remedies) document for market testing, to third parties, on Monday and Tuesday this week (5 and 6 February), sources close to the situation said. Recipients are understood to be given 4 or 5 working days to provide … Read Morefeatured

Linde-Praxair Antitrust Review Faces Mounting Complaints from Brazilian Clients

Clients of industrial gas providers Linde and Praxair are increasingly worried about the companies’ planned merger and continue to voice their opposition withfeatured

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Bayer’s $66 billion acquisition of Monsanto is progressing toward a consent decree with U.S. regulators, antitrust sources told CTFN. “Bayer has floated various solutions to the DOJ, the European Union, and Brazil,” a former deputy assistant attorney general in the Department of Justice’s antitrust division said. “The Liberty Link, vegetable seeds, and digital farming software … Read Morefeatured

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

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Rivals and clients of Linde and Praxair in Brazil are monitoring the ongoing merger between the two industrial gas giants with great apprehension, with sources raising doubts that the deal could be cleared by Brazilian regulator CADE without significant divestments. More here … The Competition Commission of India is likely to clear the Monsanto-Bayer deal … Read Morepublic

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