June 25, 2007
Monday Morning Roundup- Possible Divestitures in Thompson/Reuters, Chinese Anti-Monopoly Law and "National Security"
Posted by D. Daniel Sokol
Today's Daily Deal speculates on the types of divestitures that the Thompson/Reuters deal might create. Halfway across the world, the Wall Street Journal reports that the Chinese government may consider national security interests in the anti-monopoly law when the deal involves a foreign acquisition of a Chinese firm (perhaps learning how to make business more costly unnecessarily from the most recent modifications to the US CFIUS process).
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