The British competition authority anticipates that the only effective remedy to the lessening of competition that a merger of Veolia and Suez's activities in the United Kingdom would bring would be "a full divestiture of the entire UK waste business of either Veolia or Suez". The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) laid out the provisional findings of its phase 2 investigation of the planned merger on Thursday morning detailing the areas where a Veolia takeover of Suez's waste management operations in the UK would adversely impact competition on the national market. ...
Veolia faces choice: Suez's UK waste activities or its own
Competition Authority releases provisional findings of merger investigation
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