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Consumer goods: update *

Africa, European Union, United Kingdom - March 18 2013
As part of its Alcohol Strategy, published in March 2012, the UK Government has recently consulted on proposed policies, including a minimum until…

Co-authors: André Pretorius, Howard Watson, Susan Black, Andrew Lidbetter.


In the wake of Kraft's takeover of Cadbury *

United Kingdom - October 11 2012
12 months on from Kraft's takeover of Cadbury and the introduction of the significant changes to the UK's Takeover Code, we consider the impact in practice in the UK.

Co-authors: Stephen Wilkinson, Mark Bardell.


The UK takeover regime 12 months on – the impact of the changes to the code in practice *

United Kingdom - September 21 2012
Significant changes to the Takeover Code came into effect last September, following an extensive review of the UK takeover regime in the wake of the controversial takeover of Cadbury by Kraft.

Co-authors: Stephen Wilkinson, Mark Bardell, Carol Shutkever.


Corporate e-bulletin - 12-09-20 *

United Kingdom - September 20 2012
The regulations to implement deregulatory changes to the accounting and auditing requirements in the Companies Act 2006 have been made.

Co-authors: Antonia Kirkby, Ben Ward , Carol Shutkever.


Consumer goods: update *

China, European Union, Indonesia, Netherlands, United Kingdom - February 29 2012
The Ministry of Commerce People’s Republic of China’s (“MOFCOM”) prohibition of Coca‑Cola’s proposed acquisition of Huiyuan in 2009 generated significant controversy and prompted a fear that the Anti-Monopoly Law could be used to prevent foreign-multinational companies from acquiring well-known Chinese brands and businesses.

Co-authors: Mark Jephcott, Joel Smith, Rachel Montagnon, Angela Zhang.


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