Universal Offers EU Antitrust Fixes To $1.9B EMI Deal

Law360, New York (July 27, 2012, 4:09 PM EDT) -- Universal Music Group offered antitrust remedies Friday that the company expects to appease the European Commission's objections to its $1.9 billion proposed acquisition of EMI Group Ltd.'s recorded music unit.

The company formally offered commitments to the the European Union's antitrust regulator just over a month after the European Commission laid out its concerns about the tie-up of two of the world's biggest music labels.

A Universal spokesman said the company was confident it would win clearance from the regulator.

"We believe the package fully addresses...
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