Deutsche Boerse and NYSE Euronext have offered to cap fees on trading in their European derivatives contracts for three years in their last-ditch effort to get their $9 billion merger cleared by the European Union.

The European Commission has expressed concerns that the two exchange operators' account for a 90 percent share of the exchange-listed futures market in Europe and could as a result thwart the arrival of new rivals.

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