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Statement of preliminary issues for Perry Metal Protection

Statement of preliminary issues available for Perry Metal Protection Limited /CSP Coating Systems clearance application


The Commerce Commission has published a statement of preliminary issues relating to an application from Perry Metal Protection Limited (PMP) to acquire the CSP Coating Systems (CSP) division from Fletcher Steel.

The statement of preliminary issues outlines the key competition issues that the Commission currently considers will be important in deciding whether or not to grant clearance. The Commission’s statement of preliminary issues and the public version of the application are available on our Clearances Register.

The Commission invites submission from parties who consider they have relevant information for the Commission’s consideration.

Submissions can be sent to registrar@comcom.govt.nz with the reference ‘Perry/ CSP’ in the subject line of the email, or to PO Box 2351, Wellington 6140 by 8 February 2013.

Background

View our Merger Assessment fact sheet explaining how the Commission assesses mergers and acquisitions.


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