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Comparaison franco-japonaise du contrôle des concentrations

Abstract : This thesis aims at comparing the merger control currently enforced in France and Japan in order to highlight the differences and common views of both systems in this field. This comparison will first focus on the conception of said control, in order to determine which kinds of mergers are targeted by merger control in both jurisdictions. This study will be followed by the comparison of the analysis of mergers, in order to determine the rationale used for the evaluation of mergers in France, Europe and Japan. Finally, we shall compare the merger control procedures and rulings of those systems. This thesis is based on the French antitrust law reform of August 4th, 2008 (loi “LME”), as well as the Japanese merger proceedings reform of June 14th, 2011 in order to give an insight on the newest developments in the merger control field. Because of its fundamental part in French antitrust law, this thesis also focuses on European merger control.
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Michaël Tiralongo. Comparaison franco-japonaise du contrôle des concentrations. Droit. Université René Descartes - Paris V, 2012. Français. ⟨NNT : 2012PA05D007⟩. ⟨tel-00787250⟩



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