Important Aspects of Concentrations In Republic of Macedonia
Keywords:acquisition, concentration, conglomerate concentrations, free competition, market, merger, subjects, vertical concentrations.
As in other European Union Member States the Republic of Macedonia which is part of South East Europe regulates in high degree the various aspects of concentrations. Concentrationasformsofmergeroracquisition of business entities can appear in different forms. Depending on the mode of creation, concentrations may be horizontal and non horizontal. This paper deals with some features of non horizontal concentrations in Macedonia. Besides the meaning of concentrations, this paper reviews the ways of creating concentrations and gives concrete examples of the practice in R. of Macedonia. Further on, this paper continues with the various types of concentrations by focusing on non horizontal concentrations such as vertical concentrations or conglomerates. Because of the economic consequences that may arise from the creation of concentrations, this paper reviews the role of the competent institutions in regards to the (non) creation of concentrations.
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