The Competition Commission (CC) will allow the completed acquisition by Nufarm Crop Products UK Limited (Nufarm) of AH Marks Holdings Limited (AH Marks) subject to Nufarm adopting a package of measures to protect the interests of their customers. The Commission concludes that the merger would lead to a substantial lessening of competition in the UK markets for the supply of herbicide products based on two chemicals sold under brand names such as Agritox and Optica. The chemicals are phenoxy acids, technically known as MCPA and MCPP-p, and are used as a relatively low-cost method of broadleaf weed control in grasslands and cereals. In order to address the potential damage to competition and protect customers' interests, Nufarm will be required to adopt a package of remedies aimed at facilitating the entry of certain companies into the markets for MCPA and MCPP-p. In the event that Nufarm is unable to fulfil the requirements of this package of remedies to the CC's satisfaction within a time frame acceptable to the CC, Nufarm may be required to sell the AH Marks business.
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Book Description Stationery Office Books, 2009. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 129 pages. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # zk011706727X