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Results: 4 Answers
Merger Control
1.
Legal and enforcement framework
1.1
Which legislative and regulatory provisions govern merger control in your jurisdiction?
 
Ukraine
  • As of 2001, the Law of Ukraine on Protection of Economic Competition (the Competition Law), as amended;
  • As of 1992, the Law of Ukraine on the Anti-monopoly Committee of Ukraine; and
  • As of 2002, the Regulation of the Anti-monopoly Committee of Ukraine on Concentrations.
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1.2
Do any special regimes apply in specific sectors (eg, national security, essential public services)?
 
Ukraine
Yes. With regard to natural monopolies – such as national security, energy (eg, nuclear, gas) and transportation – a special regulatory regime may be established by the government under the Law of Ukraine on Natural Monopolies, as of 2000.

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1.3
Which body is responsible for enforcing the merger control regime? What powers does it have?
 
Ukraine
The Anti-monopoly Committee of Ukraine (AMCU) is responsible for the state protection of competition, including ensuring compliance with the merger control rules.

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