Research Key as EC Probes Thomson-Reuters

"If we didn't have serious concerns, we would have given our go-ahead," says Jonathan Todd, competition spokesperson for the EC. "It may be that our concerns are ill-founded and when we look at the issues in-depth we'll find that it might not be a problem after all. Or if they are confirmed, [Thomson and Reuters] might come up with suitable remedies," he adds.

The second phase of investigation will take a further 90 working days. Specific markets requiring further investigation include "data

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