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Mexico Calls For More Power For Its Competition Watchdog

Alfonso Ramírez Cuéllar, national leader of ruling party MORENA, has released an analysis prepared by his party intended to propose constitutional changes....

Mexico: COFECE recommends modifications to Port Law

The Federal Economic Competition Commission (COFECE or Commission) issued the Ministry of Communications and Transports (SCT for its initials in Spanish)...

México: Cuatro empresas se reparten mercado de transporte de pasajeros, acusa...

Cuatro empresas dedicadas al servicio de autotransporte de pasajeros en México concentran el 95.2% de las rutas de autobuses en el país, en la...

Mexico: Watchdog reveals new LPG probe

Mexico’s competition watchdog has been investigating the country’s liquefied petroleum (LP) gas industry since last summer after a complaint from the country’s Energy Regulatory...

Mexico: Supreme Court says competitors can use America Movil’s network

In a defeat for Mexican mogul Carlos Slim’s America Movil, the country’s Supreme Court ruled on Wednesday that the company must allow competitors to...
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Antitrust Damages Claims: is Mexico in The Right Path?

By Miguel Flores & Abel Rivera Never in the history of Mexico has an individual antitrust damages claim been successful. However, in May 2014, the new...

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