Japan Fair Trade Commission Gives Approval To ADM To Acquire GrainCorp Limited

ADM gets Japan’s approval for acquisition of GrainCorp

10:33 AM, 24th July 2013
ADM Business News

DECATUR, US: The Japan Fair Trade Commission has given its approval to Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM) for ADM’s proposed acquisition of GrainCorp Limited. This brings the number of government agencies that have cleared the acquisition to five. South Africa’s Competition Commission and Canada’s Competition Bureau cleared the acquisition earlier in July 2013, and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission did so in June. The United States Federal Trade Commission also approved the acquisition last November. ADM continues to work with regulators in Australia, China, the European Union, and South Korea.


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