Different Constituencies of Aventis affected by alliances no longer felt excluded from planning and decision-making, which could affect them. As a result, alliance leaders began to notice much greater support for internal activities and functional groups. Resources were easier to obtain, milestones were reached on a regular basis in a timely manner, and partners indicated that Aventis was more consistent and reliable, which helped to become an attractive alliance partner. In principle, the requirements for proof of the task in terms of legal form, intensity, etc.dem original legislation, deemed sufficient to make the concentration mandatory, must be met. If the parties move from this initial act to strengthening their contractual ties during the proceedings. B, for example by entering into a binding agreement after notification of the merger on the basis of a good faith intention, the conditions of proof of the task must also be consistent with the nature of the most recent legislation. The national legislation of a Member State may provide for specific rules concerning the structure of the institutions representing the organisation of decision-making within a company. While this legislation may confer some control over persons other than shareholders, particularly workers` representatives, the concept of control under the Merger Regulation is not related to such a means of influence, since the merger regulation focuses on a determining influence that benefits from equivalent rights, assets or contracts or de facto means. Restrictions under the statutes or general law on persons who may be appointed to the board of directors, such as a provision for the appointment of independent members or the exclusion of persons who are in reparation or employment in parent companies, do not preclu her control as long as the shareholders decide on the composition of the decision-making bodies. Even if, despite the provisions of national law that a society`s decisions must be made in the interests of its bodies, those empowered to make those decisions are empowered to make those decisions and therefore have the opportunity to exert a decisive influence on society. Acquiring different levels of control (for example.
(b) joint control of one company and exclusive control of another entity) raises specific questions. An operation that involves acquiring joint control of one part of a business and sole control of another party is, in principle, considered by the Merger Regulation to be two separate transactions. These transactions are a concentration only if they are interdependent and if the company that acquires exclusive control also acquires joint control.