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Industry Mergers: DoD in Uphill Fight Against Market Forces

April 13, 2016, National Defense

Scott Freling is quoted in this National Defense article exploring the DOJ and FTC joint statement on preserving competition in the defense industry. According to Freling, the interagency truce should “provide some comfort” to defense contractors that mergers and acquisitions can go forward, albeit “under the right circumstances.”

Brown adds, the statement “reassures DoD and the public that the antitrust agencies are aware of the DoD concerns and not only are they well-positioned to address those concerns, but they have been doing so.”

 

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