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Nvidia’s move on Arm may highlight EU-UK undertakings divide
10 September 2021 00:00
- Data Privacy and Security
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- Tech and Telco
- Future Mobility
US chipmaker Nvidia’s move to buy Arm, a UK chip designer, for $40 billion is facing regulatory headwinds, with UK competition authority knocking back Nvidia’s proposed legal undertakings. Now, the deal is being considered by the EU’s competition regulator — something that may highlight the fissures between the approach of the EU and UK to managing complex, vertical acquisitions in the tech industry. Also on the podcast: China gears up for the regulation of connected cars — and there’s more to it than just privacy.
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