Monopolies and Mergers Commission

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Monopolies and Mergers Commission

n (Brit) → commissione f antimonopoli
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The allegations by the Competition Commission relating to excessive pricing and exclusionary conduct flowing from the Nutri-Flo and Profert complaints are not, however, part of the settlement agreement.
The Competition Commission must not allow this decision to undermine its inquiry.
On the basis of the evidence before me, a fuller investigation by the Competition Commission is justified.
The Competition Commission said it wanted key information prominently displayed on the front page of statements and an APR warning in large bold lettering if the interest charged is higher than 25%.
Heinz will cooperate fully with the Competition Commission as it reviews the merits of our acquisition of HP Foods," said Jane Miller, president of Heinz UK & Ireland.
As part of the Competition Commission inquiry the three supermarket chains were required to sign undertakings saying they would only acquire the 53 stores being off-loaded by Morrisons.
Competition law allows the Department of Trade and Industry to refer to the Competition Commission any proposed mergers that create or increase a 25pc market share.
Hardin Ratshisusu will serve as acting deputy commissioner of the Competition Commission, for the next six months, at the same time Advocate Oliver Josie s appointment has been extended by the same period.
NFU deputy president Meurig Raymond said: "This report echoes comments made by both the NFU and the Competition Commission about the problems in the supply chain and some of the actions that need to be taken to solve them.
The Competition Commission has therefore decided to consult on
BAA has said it does not believe the Competition Commission has "compelling evidence" that a sale of Stansted as well as Gatwick would increase competition.
While the Competition Commission claims the planning system will be simplified, we feel the system is being weakened, allowing big supermarkets to elbow their way further into the market.