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EU Court annuls a 2014 European Commission merger clearance for insufficient reasoning

Mark Powell et al., White & Case Alert, October 2017

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The EU General Court ("GC" or "Court") annulled a 2014 decision of the European Commission ("Commission") clearing the Liberty Global/Ziggo transaction for lack of appropriate reasoning. The GC found that the Commission decision failed to deal with one of the concerns raised by a third party during the administrative procedure.

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