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The aim of this paper is to review the ongoing debate on the goals of merger control in Europe. The article focuses on the existing national provisions allowing for recognition of public interest in the ambient of merger control in EU member states, with a particular focus on the aspects of socio-environmental goals together with the functioning models of public interest considerations and their application. The paper points out the weaknesses of the existing national regulations and suggests general solutions, which could eliminate the most prevalent problems.
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