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No monopoly required

1 September 2010 By John Foley

The idea that China may probe BHP’s $39 bln bid for the Canadian fertilizer maker sounds odd, as the miner’s proposed deal wouldn’t concentrate the market. But the young antitrust regime has bent logic before. And while Beijing can’t nab BHP assets, it can curb its opportunities.

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