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  • Reuters2 years ago says NZ regulator clears takeover by Expedia

    New Zealand's competition regulator has cleared online travel giant Expedia Inc to buy Holdings Ltd, leaving just one final regulatory hurdle for the A$699 million ($610 million) deal. Concerns had been raised by hoteliers about the deal and the increased market share Expedia would have in some markets, knocking shares in on worries the deal might not be approved. "All of the conditions precedent to the scheme of arrangement, save for approval by the Supreme Court of Queensland, have now been satisfied," said in a statement. "A final hearing will be held at the Queensland Supreme Court tomorrow morning.

  • Reuters2 years ago

    Australia clears Expedia's $610 mln takeover

    Australia's antitrust regulator on Thursday cleared online travel giant Expedia Inc to buy local rival Holdings Ltd, saying it did not expect the A$699 million ($610 million) deal to substantially lessen competition. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), which had earlier raised concerns about the deal, said it had noted some accommodation providers' concerns about higher commissions if the deal went ahead. "However, the ACCC found that there has been considerable change in the competitive dynamics of the online accommodation distribution market in recent years," the regulator said in a statement, noting a number of new entrants. "The ACCC considered that the acquisition was unlikely to diminish the dynamic nature of the industry."

  • Reuters2 years ago

    Australia watchdog defers ruling on Expedia acquisition of Wotif

    Australia's competition watchdog has deferred a ruling on travel firm Expedia Inc's proposed acquisition of Holdings Ltd until Oct. 2, sending the Australian company's shares down as much as 7.4 percent. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is exploring whether the removal of Wotif from the Australian market will lead to an increase in commission rates charged to hotels and other accommodation providers, it said in a statement on Thursday. In morning trade, Wotif shares were down 4.9 percent at A$3.1 each, after posting their biggest one-day drop in 5-1/2 months.