ComCom's kibosh of 'StuffMe' merger should survive High Court challenge
The "esoteric" matter of "plurality detriment" will be crucial if case goes to court, says competition and regulatory law specialist Andy Glenie.
Nick Grant Tue, 14 Feb 2017
Competition and regulatory law specialist Andy Glenie says that if he “had to make a pick” on what what the Commerce Commission’s final decision on the proposed ‘StuffMe’ merger will be, “it will probably say ‘no’.”
Should Mr Glenie’s prediction prove to be the case on or before March 15, when
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