Focus Antitrust - 16 October 2019
In The News
European Commission imposes interim measures on Broadcom in TV and modem chipset markets
The European Commission has imposed interim measures on Broadcom requiring it to cease applying certain exclusivity and tying provisions in its contracts with customers for the supply of TV and modem chipsets. Click here.
CMA fines Sabre for failure to comply with information request
The CMA has fined Sabre £20,000 for failure to comply with an information request from the CMA in the context of its proposed acquisition of Farelogix. Click here.
- The CMA has opened a merger investigation into the acquisition by Amazon of certain rights and a minority shareholding in Deliveroo. Click here.
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