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Comment: McGraw-Hill-Cengage merger defense in New Zealand offers insight into other jurisdictions

By Curtis Eichelberger and James Panichi
  • 28 Feb 2020 12:21
  • 28 Feb 2020 13:06
McGraw-Hill and Cengage have told the New Zealand antitrust agency reviewing their proposed merger that officials there had failed to take into account how second-hand and pirated books affect competition in the textbook market. Although every jurisdiction is unique, the companies’ defense of their deal in New Zealand provides insights into how

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