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The Competition Council intervenes in Rema 1000's purchase of Aldi
The Competition Council has approved Rema 1000's acquisition of 114 Aldi stores. In order to obtain the approval, Rema 1000 has committed to divest a limited number of stores. This ensures that the merger does not harm competition locally.
Proposed acquisition of Euromaster Danmark by NDI Group is abandoned
NDI Group has withdrawn its notification of a proposed acquisition of Euromaster Denmark by NDI Group. Therefore, the Danish Competition and Consumer Authority (DCCA) discontinues its work on the case. The DCCA has had concerns that the merger could harm competition.
Coloplast Danmark A/S commits to temporarily changing pricing behavior when selling ostomy products to Danish municipalities
On June 28 2023, the Danish Competition Council (DCC) adopted a decision concerning Coloplast Danmark A/S (Coloplast Danmark). In its decision, the DCC assesses that Coloplast Danmark may have abused a dominant position through a possible margin squeeze. The DCC concludes that interim measures would be warranted to avoid serious harm to competition. Finally, the DCC concludes that the commitments offered by Coloplast Danmark are suitable to temporarily address the competition concerns identified by the DCC.
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