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I-156830
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Date: 06/06/2018

I-156440
Ref: I-156440
Date: 30/05/2018

I-142763
Ref: I-142763
Date: 06/09/2017

I-142024
Ref: I-142024
Date: 18/07/2017

I-141894
Ref: I-141894
Date: 18/07/2017

I-141898
Ref: I-141898
Date: 18/07/2017

I-141365
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Date: 06/07/2017
Press conference by Margrethe Vestager, Member of the EC, on compliance with EU merger rules
On 6 July 2017, the European Commission sent three separate Statements of Objections to Merck, General Electric and Canon alleging they breached EU merger rules: General Electric and Merck / Sigma-Aldrich by providing incorrect or misleading information; Canon by implementing a merger before notification and clearance. On this occasion, Margrethe Vestager, Member of the EC in charge of Competition, gave a press conference on the compliance with EU merger rules.To be able to deliver accurate decisions within very tight timelines, the EU merger control system is built on clear procedural rules that companies must fully respect. EU merger rules require that merging companies notify transactions of Union dimension prior to their implementation and do not implement them until they have been notified to and cleared by the Commission. The Commission's merger assessment system also counts on companies providing complete and correct information. This is essential for the Commission to review mergers in a timely and effective manner. The three Statements of Objections sent to Merck, General Electric and Canon relate to three separate cases concerning breaches of EU merger procedural rules. The current investigations are limited to the assessment of breaches of the EU merger procedural rules and will not have an impact on the Commission decisions approving the three mergers, which will remain effective.

I-141368
Ref: I-141368
Date: 06/07/2017
Extracts from the press conference by Margrethe Vestager, Member of the EC, on compliance with EU merger rules
On 6 July 2017, the European Commission sent three separate Statements of Objections to Merck, General Electric and Canon alleging they breached EU merger rules: General Electric and Merck / Sigma-Aldrich by providing incorrect or misleading information; Canon by implementing a merger before notification and clearance. On this occasion, Margrethe Vestager, Member of the EC in charge of Competition, gave a press conference on the compliance with EU merger rules.To be able to deliver accurate decisions within very tight timelines, the EU merger control system is built on clear procedural rules that companies must fully respect. EU merger rules require that merging companies notify transactions of Union dimension prior to their implementation and do not implement them until they have been notified to and cleared by the Commission. The Commission's merger assessment system also counts on companies providing complete and correct information. This is essential for the Commission to review mergers in a timely and effective manner. The three Statements of Objections sent to Merck, General Electric and Canon relate to three separate cases concerning breaches of EU merger procedural rules. The current investigations are limited to the assessment of breaches of the EU merger procedural rules and will not have an impact on the Commission decisions approving the three mergers, which will remain effective.

I-138565
Ref: I-138565
Date: 17/05/2017

I-138569
Ref: I-138569
Date: 17/05/2017

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