An interview with Carlos Ragazzo
Ron Knox • Monday, 6 August 2012 (9 months ago) • Online Feature
In May, Brazil adopted a new antitrust law that transformed the country’s enforcement system, merging its previous three enforcement agencies into the Council for Economic Defence (CADE). Two months later, CADE Superintendent Carlos Ragazzo sits down with Ron Knox in Washington, DC, to discuss how the agency – and the antitrust community – are adapting to the changes.
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