Monopolies and Mergers Commission


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Monopolies and Mergers Commission

n (Brit) → commissione f antimonopoli
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They bought Coral in 1997 but were ordered to sell most of the chain after the Monopolies and Mergers Commission ruled it gave the group too strong a hold on the market.
He has given oral evidence in the High Court Chancery Division, in the Restrictive Trades Practices Court, in the London Court of International Arbitration, and in front of the then Monopolies and Mergers Commission.
The Monopolies and Mergers Commission yesterday announced that deputy chairman Dr Derek Morris would become its chairman, replacing retiring Sir Graeme Odgers.
The acquisition is conditional upon the approval of the Swedish Monopolies and Mergers Commission.
This sale of the mills, at Avonmouth, Liverpool, Newcastle and Tilbury, follows the decision of the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry on September 24, 1998 to uphold the recommendation of the Monopolies and Mergers Commission that these four of the original six mills purchased should be sold.
LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 12, 1999--British Sky Broadcasting Group plc ("BSkyB") (NYSE: BSY), the UK-based pay-television broadcasting group, today announced that it welcomes the conclusion today of the examination by the Monopolies and Mergers Commission ("MMC") into the recommended offer made in September 1998 by Goldman Sachs, on behalf of BSkyB, for all the issued and to be issued share capital of Manchester United plc.