Mondaq All Regions - Mexico: Anti-trust/Competition Law
Jones Day
In an unprecedented action, this month the Investigation Bureau of the Mexican Federal Competition Commission has brought criminal prosecutions against individuals who allegedly participated in bid rigging...
Basham, Ringe y Correa, S.C.
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Galicia Abogados
The Herfindahl Hirschman Index ("IHH") is the sum of the squares of the participations of each economic agent.
Jones Day
A new Federal Economic Competition Law recently approved by the Mexican Congress is to become effective on July 7, 2014.
Latham & Watkins
Last Thursday, Mexico’s antitrust commission repealed its largest fine ever issued—a US$925 million fine against Telcel
Jones Day
The Mexican Federal Competition Commission ("CFC") has revoked a fine of approximately US $1 billion that it had imposed on Mexican telecommunications company Radiomóvil Dipsa, S.A de C.V. (Telcel), a subsidiary of América Móvil, owned by Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim.
Jones Day
The Mexican Congress has given new powers to the country’s antitrust authority, the Federal Economic Competition Commission (the "Commission").
Jones Day
On June 14, 2010, the Mexican Federal Competition Commission (also known as Cofeco or CFC) announced its decision to fine a group of companies and individuals in the trucking industry, whom Cofeco charged with agreeing to impose a standard fuel surcharge, in violation of Mexican antitrust law.
Jones Day
On January 21, 2010, the Federal Competition Commission of Mexico (Comisión Federal de Competencia, also known as "CFC" or "Cofeco") issued a ruling confirming that Telcel has substantial power in the market for mobile telephony services in Mexico.
Jones Day
The Federal Competition Commission (Comisión Federal de Competencia) of Mexico has announced that in August 2009 it intends to determine rules to apply to the public auction of new concession titles to use the portion of the radio-electric spectrum set aside for mobile telephony in Mexico.
Sanchez-DeVanny Eseverri, SC
After 9 months of intense negotiations, Mexican Federal Congress approved last week one of the most important structural reforms in recent history by amending, adding and deleting several provisions of Mexico’s Federal Law of Economic Competition ("FLEC").
Sanchez-DeVanny Eseverri, SC
Mexico’s Federal Competition Commission ("CFC") calls upon whistleblowers to fight secret cartels established between two or more competitors who have illegal agreements aiming at: (i) fixing prices; (ii) restricting the output; (iii) sharing markets; and (iv) bid-rigging.
Sanchez-DeVanny Eseverri, SC
On July 7, 2004 Senators of the National Action Party (PAN) presented a bill named "Federal Law for Economic Competition and Competitiveness" (hereinafter the "Bill") which intends to repeal the Federal Law of Economic Competition ("LFCE") in effect since June 22, 1993.
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