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RyanAir Loses More EU Court Rulings Over COVID Bailouts

Ryanair Holdings lost three more court challenges to COVID-19 bailouts for rival carriers after a European Union court said support for Finnair Oyj and...

Aon Offers Concessions To EU In WTW Deal 

Insurance brokerage Aon is offering concessions to gain European Union antitrust approval for its US$30 billion bid to acquire Willis Towers Watson, according to...

Italy Starts Antitrust Probe Over Cellnex Buying Hutchinson Towers

Italy's competition watchdog announced on Monday, April 12, it had launched an inquiry into Spanish Cellnex's acquisition of CK Hutchinson's mobile tower assets in Italy,...

Italy Asked To Delay Euronext-Borsa Deal

Pressure is mounting on Italy’s government to delay the acquisition of Borsa Italiana by Euronext NV unless the Milan-based exchange is assured more autonomy...
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Austria Ask EU To Probe Facebook Purchase Of Kustomer

Facebook’s acquisition of customer service startup Kustomer may be subjected to European Union antitrust scrutiny after Austria asked EU enforcers to take over the...

Brussels Backs €25M Aid To Alitalia

The European Commission has found €24.7 million of Italian support in favour of Alitalia to be in line with EU state aid rules. This...

EU Approves €22M Aid For Czech Exhibition & Fair Industry

The European Commission has approved an approximately €22 million (US$25.78 million) Czech aid scheme to support companies active in the organization of fairs, exhibitions,...

Lundbeck Loses EU Pay-For-Delay Against EU Fine

Danish drugmaker Lundbeck on Thursday, March 25, lost its fight against a 2013 EU antitrust fine imposed for deals with rivals to delay sales...

EU Watchdog Clears EssilorLuxottica’s $8.5B GrandVision Buy

EU antitrust regulators on Tuesday, March 23, cleared with conditions EssilorLuxottica’s €7.2 billion (US$8.5 billion) buy of GrandVision after the Ray-Ban maker agreed to sell...

Visa Will Increase Interchange Fees On EU-UK Transactions

Visa is preparing to increase the fees it charges on behalf of banks on transactions between the United Kingdom and European Union countries beginning...


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