Monopolies and Mergers Commission


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Monopolies and Mergers Commission

n (Brit) → commissione f antimonopoli
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It licenses musical works and administers the royalties when they are played in public or broadcast, for example on the radio or television.Following a Monopolies and Mergers Commission (MMC) investigation, the PRS gave undertakings in 1997 allowing its members to administer their own live performing rights, as well as making other commitments over its corporate governance and the provision of information to the Office of Fair Trading (now the CMA).
Formerly known as the Monopolies and Mergers Commission it conducts in-depth inquiries into mergers, markets and the regulation of the major regulated industries.
Surely that would amount to a monopoly, and should be referred to the Monopolies and Mergers Commission. If they want total control of all car parks or none at all - as your report suggested - then they are clearly afraid of any competition, and should be ruled off the list of possible operators.
The Government had instructed the Monopolies and Mergers Commission to examine the transaction but the MMC was split on the case and a final decision had to be taken by the Minister.
Mr Field said he was now looking forward to the OFT making a decision on whether to pass it on the Monopolies and Mergers Commission.
This was through the Monopolies and Mergers Commission ruling of November 16, 1998.
After qualifying as a solicitor, Denise joined what was then the Monopolies and Mergers Commission three years ago.
They have told the Monopolies and Mergers Commission the sale of broadcast rights would be affected by such deals.