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The EU Commission has imposed a fine of €20m on Marine Harvest for failing to notify the commission of its acquisition of de facto sole control over Morpol ASA.
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Robin Johnson, head of diversified industrials at Eversheds, has commented on the CBI Industrial Trends figures.
Eversheds senior associate Muhammad Anum Saleem has commented on the opening of the Saudi Arabian stock market.
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Eversheds has commented on the UK chancellor’s statement summarising the key elements of the Treasury’s response to its consultation on the changes to tax rules for DC pensions.
Lesley Farrell, partner at Eversheds, has commented on the news that UK banks are facing a full-scale CMA probe.
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