Spotlight On Brazil’s New Merger Control Rules

Law360, New York (August 14, 2012, 4:27 PM EDT) -- When Brazil’s new, suspensory merger control law went into effect at the end of May, most concern focused on the length of time Brazil’s competition agency, CADE, might take to complete its review of transactions to permit the parties to close. Under the law, it could take up to 330 days. So far, the speed of review has not been a major issue. Still, there are a number of other provisions of the new law that in-house and external deal counsel should be aware of....
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