8301010 Informal Interpretation

Date:
Staff:
Dana Abrahamsen

Question

(redacted)

January 26, 1983
Director of OperationsPremerger Notification Office
Room 3214Room 3303
Department of Justice Federal Trade Commission
Washington, D.C. 20530Washington, D.C. 20580
Re:Prenotification No. 82-187

Dear Sirs:

On March 10, 1982, ( redacted ) filed a Notifca-

tion and Report Form under the prenotification requirements of

the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvement Act of 1976 for an

acquisition by ( redacted ) as the acquiring persons of a joint venture

to be named ( redacted ) (redacted). However, the name of the joint

venture will be (redacted).

By letter of March 17, 1982, Dana Abrahamsen, Staff At-

torney, Premerger Notification Office, Federal Trade Commission

notified the undersigned that the Commission and the Antitrust

Division had received the completed form and that the waiting

period began March 10, 1982 and will expire at 11:59 P.M. on

April 9, 1982. No request for additional information was made.

The letter advised that the identification number of the

prenotification is 82-187.

(Redacted) has filed an application with respect to the

joint venture with the Board of Governors of the Federal

Reserve System pursuant to Section 4(c)(8) of the Bank Holding

Company Act of 1956. The applications is currently pending.

On January 11, 1983, on behalf of ( redacted )

( redacted ) its wholly-owned subsidiary, transmitted

for filing copies of information and documentary

material pursuant to Section 7A(c)(8) of the Hart-Scott-Rodino

Act and regulation 802.6 under the Act.

 

Please confirm that the requirement of the Hart-Scott-

Rodino Act have been satisfied for the proposed joint venture

acquisition to be made by ( redacted ) ( redacted ) of ( redacted ) at any

time subsequent to the 30th day after the filing by (redacted)

pursuant to Section 7A(c)(8) of the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act and

prior to one year following such 30th day.

Very truly yours,

(Redacted)

(Redacted)

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