The Antitrust Review of the Americas 2017

Argentina: Competition Authority

Argentina has a long history of competition policy and action. It was one of the first countries in Latin America with a competition law, the National Commission for Competition Defence (CNDC) was one of the first agencies with action in competition enforcement and it has a very important competition community. In the private sector, there are lawyers and economists with expertise in competition law and policy. Despite all that, so far Argentina has had very erratic policies related to competition law enforcement.

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