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​​​​​​​Opinion: StuffMe merger may stand or fall on single legal issue

This article is about one esoteric legal issue which might ultimately determine the outcome of that process.

Andy Glenie
Tue, 14 Feb 2017

Everyone knows that NZME and Fairfax want to merge. The Commerce Commission has said no, but might change its mind when it releases its final decision in mid-March. If the Commission sticks to its guns, the companies might then appeal to the High Court.

This article is about one esoteric legal

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Andy Glenie
Tue, 14 Feb 2017
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