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Linde/Praxair One Step Closer to Completing Merger

The Korea Fair Trade Commission on October 3 issued a preliminary approval with additional demands for the Linde/Praxair merger, another step forward for the $83 billion transaction.featured

Linde/Praxair Pieces Appear to Fall into Place with FTC Review

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission’s decision on the $45 billion Linde/Praxair transaction could come soon, according to a person close to the situation.featured

LyondellBasell is the Likely Buyer of Linde’s La Porte Plant

Linde’s HYCO plant in La Porte, Texas, along with employee contracts are going to be sold to LyondellBasell as Linde/Praxair aim to save their multi-billion merger, a person with knowledge of the matter told CTFN.featured

Linde/Praxair Present Additional Remedies to FTC

Linde and Praxair have agreed to offer additional remedies to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission as the industrial gas firms aim to save their $83 billion all-stock merger, CTFN has learned.featured

Linde and Praxair Likely Move Ahead with Additional Asset Sales

A person close to a consortium of industrial gas consumers told CTFN that it makes sense for Linde and Praxair to sell additional Linde assets in order to movefeatured

Three Essentials from CTFN This Week

The $46 billion Linde/Praxair merger review at the U.S. Federal Trade Commission is still with the FTC’s Bureau of Competition, a person familiar with the matter told CTFN.  More here … French security and defense giant Thales has told employees that it is facing delays in obtaining the required regulatory clearances for its planned acquisition … Read Morefeatured

FTC Turns to Vetting of Messer in Review of Linde/Praxair

The $46 billion Linde/Praxair merger review at the U.S. Federal Trade Commission is still with the FTC’s Bureau of Competition, a person familiar with the matter told CTFN.featured

Four Essentials from CTFN This Week

Industrial gas giants Linde and Praxair are in discussions with Latin American regulators for the sale of the overlapping assets that will need to be divested to gain clearance for their planned merger. More here … As the pleading cycle for the Tribune/Sinclair merger comes to a close, it appears unlikely the Federal Communications Commission … Read Morefeatured

Linde and Praxair Continue to Work with Colombian Regulator

Industrial gas giants Linde and Praxair have filed an appeal with Colombian antitrust regulator Superintendencia de Industria y Comercio (SIC) to clarify the terms of the remediesfeatured

Linde and Praxair in Latin America Divestment Negotiations

With additional reporting by Diane Alter and Rachel Rigby – Industrial gas giants Linde and Praxair are in discussions with Latin American regulators for the sale of the overlapping assets that will need to be divested to gainfeatured

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