China’s antitrust regulator does not object to Microsoft’s acquisition of game developer Activision Blizzard. An agreement on this worth $69 billion. was approved as a result of its inspection by the PRC administration for market regulation.
It is reported by Seeking Alpha , citing personal sources.
It is also reported that from official representatives of China confirmation of this decision has not yet been received.
Earlier we reported that the European Commission does not object to the takeover by Microsoft of video game developer Activision Blizzard. However, permission to merge the companies under a deal of $69 billion. is conditioned by the fulfillment by Microsoft of a number of obligations.
However, analysts consider the decision of the British antitrust regulator to veto the deal in April to be a stumbling block.