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 Commission (“MCC”) enforces competition law. In this regard, for example, the reform proposes the implementation of oral hearings as part of the deliberation procedures carried out by the MCC and the compulsory release of MCC’ guidelines in k…

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