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EU Merger Control: the Dow/DuPont Theory of Innovation Harm

Bill Batchelor et al., Baker McKenzie Client Alert, October 2017

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European Commission introduces presumption of harm to innovation requiring intrusive remedies as a price for clearance in innovative industries, and warns that institutional investor cross-shareholdings are presumed to dampen price and innovation competition.

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