THE EUROPEAN Commission has granted regulatory clearance to a proposed

joint venture involving three Japanese companies active in the synthetic

fibre machinery sector: Toray, Murata and Teijin. The companies are to

combine their production facilities in the Japanese market. Brussels said

it had examined the deal but found that it raised no competition concerns

where the European Union was concerned.

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