The merger of online food takeaway delivery rivals Just Eat and Hungryhouse is on course to be cleared following a provisional ruling by the competition regulator.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) had announced in May that it was to examine whether restaurants faced the prospect of getting a worse deal under the proposed £200 million tie-up – distorting competition in the process.
Their business models work by providing a food ordering platform and delivery drivers to restaurants.
The eateries pay for the service to expand their reach and customer base.
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