Wins and losses: The Tipline for 9 April 2020

The Department of Justice yesterday wrapped up its cases against South Korean fuel suppliers, brought under section 4a of the Clayton Act, as it settled with a fuel supplier accused of participating in a conspiracy to rig bids for fuel sales to US military bases. The Delaware federal judge who presided over the agency’s case against the merger of travel technology companies Sabre and Farelogix also released his opinion yesterday, saying the DOJ failed to meet its burden for showing the merger should be blocked. And lastly, a reminder that GCR USA is taking an Easter holiday, but will be back in your inbox Tuesday morning.


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