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This front matter section of the book The Regulation of Transnational Mergers in International and European Law contains the table of contents and preface. In this book Professor Dimitris Liakopoulos and Professor Armando Marsilia analyse the problems, and they have considered different responses. A pressing problem associated with the regulation of transnational mergers is allocation of jurisdiction. Professor Dimitris Liakopoulos and Professor Armando Marsilia point out how every attempt to introduce legally binding multilateral competition rules has failed because of the opposition of countries which perceive this to constitute unacceptable limitations of sovereignty. They advocate the creation of an international merger control framework (IMCF) for the regulation of transnational mergers.

Keywords: European Law; International law; jurisdiction; transnational mergers

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