The Antitrust Review of the Americas 2017

Honduras: Competition Agency

28 September 2016

Progress in competition policy in Honduras Competition policy in Honduras developed from the structural reforms initiated in the 1990s, whose objectives were to liberalise the economy, to deregulate the markets, to privatise the public undertakings and to open the economy to foreign markets. During this period, there were also measures taken for the transition from an economy with state intervention to one where the emphasis is on the private initiative.

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