Mergers Shouldn't Be Menages a Trois

Companies seeking cross-border mergers in Europe need to be wary of ending up in a menage a trois with interfering governments.
Not what the doctor ordered.

Princess Diana famously remarked that there were three people in her marriage to Prince Charles once you included Camilla Parker Bowles, whom he later married. Companies seeking cross-border mergers in Europe need to be wary of ending up in similarly overcrowded relationships as governments start to demand dowries and a share of the marital bed.

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