FILE PHOTO: The Luxottica owned brand of Persol glasses are seen in a shop in Rome, Italy, March 30, 2016. REUTERS/Max Rossi/File PhotoLuxottica, the world biggest eyewear company whose brands include Ray Ban and Oakley, agreed in January a merger with Essilor, the biggest lens maker, to create an industry giant with a market value of 47 billion euros ($56 billion), more than 15 billion euros in revenues and 144,000 staff.The deal needs to clear antitrust hurdles in several countries and if approved is expected to close around the end of the year.The EU Commission was officially notified on Aug. 22 .EU Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager said it was too early to say whether approval may require the companies to make significant concessions.are companies that have very big market shares and also, when it comes to sunglasses and lenses for glasses, obviously this is an important market, it is a very valuable market so I cannot say, she told Reuters on the sidelines of the Ambrosetti business conference in Italy.A negative reaction from Essilor customers to the merger, which the company said in July had affected its first half sales, has raised concerns among analysts that the two companies may be required to take more substantial concenssions to satisfy the competition regulators than initially anticipated.our concern over the mounting pushback from customers, recently stressed by Essilor, they said.A integration between two companies operating at different stages of the production chain is normally less worrying for competition watchdogs than a merger boosting a firm market share.
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