By  on November 3, 2017

PARIS — European antitrust authorities launched a procedure that postpones their decision on the merger of Italian fashion eyewear company Luxottica and French lens-maker Essilor, officials said Friday.

Plans for the 46 billion euro deal prompted the European Commission to launch an in-depth investigation into whether it could lead to higher prices for consumers.

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