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On 13 December 2012, the Court of Appeal rejected Ryanair's appeal against a judgment of the Competition Appeal Tribunal. The Tribunal had held that the Competition Commission had jurisdiction to deal with a merger reference relating to the acquisition of shares by Ryanair in Aer Lingus; and that the exercise of this jurisdiction did not conflict with EU law. The Court of Appeal upheld the judgment of the Tribunal.
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