Antitrust Enforcement in Argentina Under Stricter Judicial Scrutiny

Julian Pena, Jul 14, 2010

In the past couple of years, the courts have become increasingly stricter when reviewing decisions taken by the antitrust authorities in Argentina. Although historically the courts of appeals have sometimes overturned fines imposed by the antitrust authorities, in recent months different courts of appeals have questioned certain powers of either the Comisión Nacional de Defensa de la Competencia (“CNDC”) or the Secretariat of Domestic Trade (“SDT”) and have even annulled several decisions taken by such agencies. These court decisions have been taken both in anticomp

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