|Nombre:||Towards Guidelines for Efficiency Analysis in Mergers and Antitrust Cases|
It has long been recognized that mergers may give rise to efficiency gains that can reinforce firms’ incentives to compete, thereby mitigating or even offsetting their potential negative anticompetitive effects. For instance, a more efficient allocation of production among the firms’ plants may lead to significant cost reductions, which may in turn lead to decreases in prices or improvements in the quality of products. This report provides detailed guidance on each step that the competition authority should follow when evaluating efficiencies. It references the best international practices, including, where possible, examples of relevant cases and technical approaches.
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|Createdo el:||06/02/2014 18:38|
|Última actualización el:||10/03/2014 12:22|
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