viernes, 18 de marzo de 2011

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The United States should be aggressive, not passive, in opposing the application of the antitrust laws of other countries— most centrally, the European Union (EU)—that have different and economically less-informed antitrust regimes. Allowing the EU to block the GE-Honeywell merger is a prime example in which both the U.S. Justice Department and the EU competition authority concluded that the merger would dramatically reduce costs and improve product quality. This conclusion led the Justice Department to approve the merger, but the EU to prohibit it under its standard of prohibiting increased market dominance.

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