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Price Gouging Under Brazilian Competition Law

Price Gouging Under Brazilian Competition Law: Better Left Dormant?

Price gouging is a hot topic in the antitrust community as a result of COVID-19, and Brazil is no exception. In this article, we...
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Nike Deal In Brazil Approved By Regulator CADE

Brazil’s Administrative Council for Economic Defense (CADE) approved without restriction the acquisition of the totality of Nike do Brasil shares by Grupo SBF, controller...
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Brazil Publishes Preliminary Guide For Cartel Penalties

The Administrative Council for Economic Defence (CADE) has released a preliminary version of the Guide for Cartel Penalties. Suggestions from society will be accepted...
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Brazil OKs Company Collaboration To Ease COVID-19 Fallout

CADE recently decided to authorize the collaboration among a group of competing companies as a measure to minimize the effects of the crisis due...
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CADE Rejected Appeal Against Telecom Infrastructure Sharing Deal

Brazilian antitrust regulator CADE has rejected an appeal against an infrastructure sharing deal signed by two major telecoms in the country, Telefonica Brasil and...
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Brazil’s Okays Acquisition Of Adtalem By Yduqs

Brazilian education company Yduqs Asaid on Tuesday, April 13, that local antitrust watchdog Cade has approved the acquisition of Adtalem Global Education's assets in...
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Brazil’s Antitrust Watchdog Allows For Virtual Judgments

The Administrative Council for Economic Defense (Cade) sanctioned this Wednesday (April 1st) a resolution that makes possible to hold virtual judgment sessions. The text...
Information Exchange

Information Exchange among Competitors: The Lay of the Land of Enforcement...

Information Exchange among Competitors: The Lay of the Land of Enforcement in Brazil1 By Ana Paula Martinez2 & Mariana Tavares de Araujo3 (Levy & Salomão Advogados) I....
The (Nearly) Forgotten Case of Labor Concerns in Brazilian Competition Policy: Recent Developments and Lost Opportunities

The (Nearly) Forgotten Case of Labor Concerns in Brazilian Competition Policy:...

In the wake of new evidence of market power of firms over workers, as a widespread economic fact, it is worth revising how the...
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Brazil: Antitrust regulator expects more M&A activity in 2020

The expectation that Brazil's economic growth will be sustainable, along with the ongoing program of privatization of public assets, will likely increase the number...
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