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8 July 2021

Merger Investigations by the Danish Competition and Consumer Authority

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The Danish Competition and Consumer Authority has published an article on the economic analysis performed in merger investigations. The article outlines the considerations and assessment made by the Authority when deciding which economic methodology to apply and at which depth to carry out analyses during a merger investigation.

The main point of the article is that the Authority can request any data which is considered necessary and proportionate, however, only if this can be justified considering the burdens imposed on the merging parties and external sources to provide such data.

Pernille Nørkær

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