From Negotiation to Antitrust Clearance:National and International Mergers in the Third Millennium
Kluwer Law International B.V., 2002. gada 19. jūl. - 456 lappuses
This convenient country-by-country guide to merger control law gives business people and their counsel all the essential information they need to proceed confidently toward a successful transnational merger.
For each of twenty major jurisdictions -- including the USA, EU, China, India, Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, the Czech Republic, Vietnam and most EU countries -- this book describes:procedure for antitrust clearance, if necessary rules and criteria for approval restrictions on merger dimensions relevant market definition criteria ancillary restrictions
Whenever possible, actual national notification forms are reproduced so they may be prepared in advance. The authors, each an expert in the business law of his or her own country, offer practical advice on managing the transaction and avoiding pitfalls. A detailed general introduction highlights shared patterns, as well as distinctions, among the merger control regimes of the various jurisdictions.
Dimension and relevant market 8 3.1 Principles and criteria to determine the relevant market 8 3.2 Analyses to determine relevant market 10 4. Ancillary restrictions to concentrations 11 4.1 What criteria and limits are applied on ...
Dimension and relevant market 44 4. Restrictions ancillary to concentrations 45 5. Joint-Ventures 45 6. International mergers/Transnational application of local law 46 7. Transaction Management 47 8. Procedure 48 9. Sanctions 49 10.
Dimension and relevant market 90 4. Restrictions ancillary to concentrations 91 5. Joint-Ventures 92 6. International mergers/Transnational application of local law 93 7. Transaction Management 94 8. Procedure 97 9. Sanctions 99 10.
Dimension and relevant market 149 4. Method of appraisal 151 5. Restrictions ancillary to concentrations 153 6. Joint-Ventures 153 7. International mergers/Transnational application of local law 154 8. Transaction Management 156 9.
Dimension and relevant market 205 5. Restrictions ancillary to concentrations 205 6. Confidentiality of know-how 207 7. Joint-Ventures 207 8. International mergers/Transnational application of local law 208 9.