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(p. 1058) 15. Mergers 

(p. 1058) 15. Mergers
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(p. 1058) 15. Mergers
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Alison Jones

, Brenda Sufrin

, and Niamh Dunne

DOI:
10.1093/he/9780198824657.003.0015
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date: 07 March 2021

This chapter discusses the regime for controlling mergers which have an ‘EU dimension’ under the European Union Merger Regulation (EUMR). The chapter examines: the purposes of merger control; the history of the EUMR; the scheme of the EUMR and the concept of the ‘one-stop shop’; jurisdiction under the EUMR, including the definition of a ‘concentration’ and what amounts to an ‘EU dimension’; procedure, including Phase I and Phase II proceedings; the substantive appraisal of horizontal, and non-horizontal mergers under the EUMR and the test of significantly impeding effective competition (SIEC); EUMR statistics; appeals; and international issues.

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