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TRIVAGO N.V. filed this Form F-3 on 04/05/2018
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6.2    No special rights vis-à-vis the Disappearing Company are held by any party other than as shareholders of the Disappearing Company and, for that reason, no party is entitled pursuant to Section 2:320 DCC to receive an equivalent right in the Surviving Company or compensation for the loss of such right.
6.3    Because neither of the Merging Companies has issued shares which carry no voting or profit rights, no compensation can be requested pursuant to Section 2:330a DCC.
Article 7 
No benefits conferred
No benefits within the meaning of Section 2:312(1)(d) DCC and § 122c para. 2 no. 8 UmwG shall be conferred in connection with the Merger to the experts involved in examining this Merger Plan, to any of the Merging Companies' managing directors, to any of the Surviving Company's supervisory directors, to any other member of the administrative, management, supervisory or control bodies of the Merging Companies or to any other party involved in the Merger.
Article 8 
Articles of association of the Surviving Company
The NV Articles currently read as reflected in Annex A and will not be amended in connection with the Merger. No amendment to the NV Articles shall be required in connection with the Capital Increase.
Article 9 
No procedure for  
employee participation
9.1    The general meeting of shareholders of each of the Merging Companies has decided not to open negotiations on the establishment of rules concerning employee participation. Because neither of the Merging Companies is expected to be subject to employee participation arrangements upon the Merger becoming effective, as a matter of Dutch law, the Surviving Company does not need to implement employee participation arrangements as a consequence of the Merger.
9.2    Pursuant to both (i) the Directive 2005/56/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 October 2005 on cross-border mergers of limited liability companies and (ii) §§ 3 et seqq. of the German Act on the Co­Determination of Employees in Cross­Border Mergers ("MgVG") transposing such Directive into German law, the MgVG, as follows from the residence principle, is not applicable to the Surviving Company, which has its statutory seat in the Netherlands. From a European and German law perspective, any requirement to initiate employee participation procedures is solely subject to Dutch law.
9.3       As a result, the level of co-determination currently existing at the Merging Companies – i.e., no corporate co-determination – shall be maintained upon the Merger becoming effective.
Article 10 
Valuation of assets and liabilities