Criterios tecnicos para la imposicion de multas en materia de competencia econo³mica

Luis Alberto Ibarra, Jun 01, 2011 This article is presented in Spanish. El tema de esta plática es presentar una propuesta de Criterios Técnicos para la Imposición de Multas para México. Para ello, primero quisiera hacer referencia a la motivación para elaborar esta propuesta y mencionar brevemente la práctica internacional. Posteriormente, haré la presentación de […]

Proyecto de gua para notificar concentraciones

Javier Nunez Melgoza, Jun 01, 2011 This article is presented in Spanish. Quiero presentar una semblanza acerca del documento que se elaboró en la Dirección General de Concentraciones, el cual está enfocado a explicar cómo se lleva el procedimiento de recepción y de análisis de los expedientes que tienen que ver con concentraciones que son […]

Leniency Programs in Latin America: New Tools for Cartel Enforcement

Elisa Mariscal, Carlos Mena-Labarthe, Nov 05, 2010 The fight against cartels has become a central feature for many competition agencies. In Latin America, this fight is long overdue as the prevalence of cartels has historically harmed competition in both large and small markets. The introduction of immunity and leniency programs to fight hard-core cartels is […]

Transition and Transformations in Latin American Competition Law and Policy: An Introduction

Daniel Sokol, Jul 14, 2010 Last year, Eleanor Fox and I published Latin American Competition Law and Policy. We attempted to fill a gap by editing a volume that examined how Latin American countries addressed competition law and policy, both at the country level and regionally. What emerged from the book was a picture of […]

Competition Law Reform in Mexico: A Note on Joint Dominance

Victor Pavon-Villamayor, Jul 14, 2010 On April 30, 2010, the Mexican Congress approved a long-awaited set of reforms to the Federal Competition Law (“FCL”).The reform is particularly broad in terms of the general areas of interest covered: 1.     A first set of reforms deals with the enhancement of the transparency through which the Mexican Competition […]

Competition Policy in Mexico

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Ernesto Estrada Gonzalez, Apr 03, 2008 Note to readers: GCP Authorities is a new collection that will be appearing in the magazine throughout the year and will feature articles by competition authority officials worldwide on their agency’s approach to competition law and objectives […]

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