Consultation outcome

Proposed acquisition of Sepura plc by Hytera Communications Corporation Ltd: draft undertakings

This consultation has concluded

Detail of outcome

Having carefully considered the representations received, the Secretary of State believes the undertakings will provide assurance that sensitive information and technology are protected and ensure the continued supply of a repair service for secure communications devices used by the emergency services.

Read the full decision.

Detail of feedback received

We received representations from 3 respondents.

Original consultation

Summary

Consultation relating to the proposed acquisition of Sepura plc by Hytera Communications Corporation Ltd.

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Consultation description

The Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Greg Clark, today (8 May 2017) announced that he is proposing to accept statutory undertakings set out by the parties involved in the proposed acquisition of Sepura plc by Hytera Communications Corporation Limited.

The undertakings from the parties are published in draft for consultation, and are intended to provide assurance that sensitive information and technology is protected and ensure the continued supply of a repair service for secure communications devices used by the emergency services.

The Secretary of State is also publishing the Competition and Market Authority’s report.

See the related public interest notice.

Documents

Proposed acquisition of Sepura plc by Hytera Communications Corporation Ltd: CMA report

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Published 8 May 2017
Last updated 12 May 2017 + show all updates
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