JD/Footasylum referred to Phase 2 as CMA enforcement orders increase

JD/Footasylum referred to Phase 2 as CMA enforcement orders increase

The Competitions and Market Authority (CMA) announced that having received no undertakings from the parties, it would commence a Phase 2 investigation into JD Sport’s acquisition of Footasylum.

As previously reported, the CMA decided to investigate the transaction after it was completed on the grounds that it was concerned about the tie up between the two rivals in sports fashion lessening competition and adversely affecting competi

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