Relevant Cases in Mexico’s Jurisdiction for Economic Competition

Relevant Cases in Mexico’s Jurisdiction for Economic Competition

By Adriana Campuzano Among the first matters resolved by the Mexican Supreme Court over the interpretation and application of the law, was the laying down of foundations for the system. It was upheld, among other matters, that all verification and sanctioning procedures should be carried out at the administrative offices, meaning that (unlike other jurisdictions) they […]

Net Neutrality: an E.U./U.S. Comparison

Martin Cave & Ingo Vogelsang, March 20, 2016 Net neutrality has been an issue that has preoccupied consumers, firms and regulators over the past decade. It concerns the financial and qualitative terms on which unaffiliated content and application providers (“CAPs”) may have their content delivered by the local access provider or Internet Service Providers (“ISPs”). […]

U.S.-China Antitrust Cooperation: Onward and Upward

Dina Kallay, Feb 28, 2011 This brief note highlights some ongoing antitrust cooperation between the United States and China. Over the past twenty years, the rapid growth in the number of jurisdictions with antitrust laws and antitrust enforcement agencies has boosted the importance of cooperation among antitrust agencies. Cooperation aims to ensure sound antitrust enforcement […]


In this issue: From Inside the Agencies Ernesto Estrada Gonzalez, Apr 03, 2008 Competition Policy in Mexico The CFC faces significant challenges from cartel activity, prevailing regulatory restrictions on competition, and exclusionary practices undertaken by some of the most powerful corporations in Mexico. Margorzata Krasnodebska-Tomkiel, Aug 26, 2008 Competition Policy in Poland Poland created a […]

Restrictions on Selective Distribution Systems on the Internet

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Fryderyk Hoffmann, Oct 29, 2014 The growing significance of the internet as a channel of distribution has made it the subject of increasing scrutiny from both competition authorities and courts across the EU. This is, in particular, the case for various forms of […]

How the Proposed Payments Legislation Will Restrain Competition Among Payment Card Schemes and Harm Consumers in the European Union

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle David Evans, Oct 15, 2014 The European Parliament, in early April 2014, endorsed and further extended draft legislation, originally proposed by the European Commission, which will impose sweeping regulation on payment card businesses. The backers of the legislation claim that it will nurture competition, innovation, […]

Comments on the New Mexican Competition Law

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Gerardo Calderon-Villegas, Jul 16, 2014 On July 7, 2014, a New Federal Economic Competition Law (the “New Mexican Antitrust Law”) came into force in Mexico. The New Mexican Antitrust Law maintains most of the concepts and provisions of the Mexican Antitrust Law in […]

A Decade of Significant Changes in Competition Policies in Chile

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Claudio Agostini, Manuel Willington, Jul 16, 2014 In the nineteenth century, John Stuart Mill stated that societies are economically successful when they have good economic institutions, and that it is these institutions that lead to prosperity. History has proved him right as both […]

The Promotion of Competition in the Food Sector in Israel

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Keren Cohen, Tal Eyal-Boger, Amit Zac, Jun 30, 2014 The past couple of years have seen many significant and influential developments in Israeli competition law and in the enforcement authorities of the General Director of the Israeli Antitrust Authority, inter alia, against the […]

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