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Air Liquide Request for Info on Linde/Praxair Divestments in Brazil Denied

The tribunal of Brazilian antitrust regulator CADE has dismissed a petition filed by industrial gas player Air Liquide seeking a release of a public version of the concentration controlfeatured

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The Competition Commission of India looks likely to use all the time up to its internal deadline for concluding its review of Bayer’s acquisition of Monsanto, with a decision still one or two weeks away, sources told CTFN. More here … The administrative tribunal of Brazilian antitrust regulator CADE is expected to vote on the … Read Morefeatured

CADE Tribunal to Judge Linde/Praxair Merger “Fairly Soon”

The administrative tribunal of Brazilian antitrust regulator CADE is expected to vote on the planned merger between industrial gas giants Linde and Praxair by early July at thefeatured

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Brazilian regulator CADE appears inclined to approve the merger between industrial gas giants Linde and Praxair, subject to massive divestments of the parties’ Brazilian operations to a player with a high degree of technical expertise, which is not currently operating in the country. More here … Third parties are working to create a fourth, large … Read Morefeatured

CADE Favors New Entrant for Linde/Praxair Assets

Brazilian regulator CADE appears inclined to approve the merger between industrial gas giants Linde and Praxair, subject to massive divestments of the parties’ Brazilian operationsfeatured

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The parties in the WGL Holdings/AltaGas merger have reached a non-unanimous settlement agreement with the Washington, D.C., mayor’s office, CTFN has learned. The settlement is expected to delay a final vote on the merger by the District of Columbia Public Service Commission for an undetermined period. The final vote was scheduled for May 4. More … Read Morefeatured

CADE’s General Superintendence to Decide on Linde-Praxair Over Next Few Weeks

Brazilian antitrust regulator CADE is expected to issue a decision on the ongoing merger between industrial gas players Linde and Praxair within “one to two weeks,” a source advisingfeatured

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Closing arguments in the Time Warner/AT&T case are scheduled for April 30. The prior week’s testimony featured the redirect of the government’s key witness, economist Carl Shapiro. See a summary and additional commentary here and here. The European Commission is currently preparing a statement of objections (SO) on the merger between industrial gas giants Linde … Read Morefeatured

EC Drafting Statement of Objections on Linde/Praxair

The European Commission is currently preparing a statement of objections (SO) on the merger between industrial gas giants Linde and Praxair, a lawyer advising a third party looking to bid on the parties’ overlapping European assets told CTFN.featured

Linde/Praxair Expected to be Cleared in India by August

German industrial gas group Linde and U.S. peer Praxair have notified their planned merger with Indian antitrust regulator the Competition Commission of India, and expect the deal to be cleared in August, a competition lawyer close to the case told CTFN.featured

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