Chile’s competition tribunal has thrown out a consumer association’s lawsuit that claimed a supermarket chain had failed to notify a merger, and breached conditions imposed on a previous deal when it acquired a 30-year shopping centre lease.
Peru’s Competition Tribunal has upheld the Peruvian competition enforcer’s decision to fine two associations 4.05 million sol (€1,060,000) each after they colluded to rig bids for transport tenders.
A former commission of Brazil’s Administrative Council for Economic Defence said the authority needs to increase the predictability and reliability of its leniency programme.
Pablo Trevisan, a commissioner at Argentina’s National Commission for the Defence of Competition (CNDC), spoke with Charles McConnell in March about some of the agency’s major developments, goals and struggles in the run-up to elections. Priority one: get the new competition bill through Congress as soon as possible.
Brazil’s Administrative Council for Economic Defence needs to increase the predictability and reliability of its leniency programme, a former commissioner at the authority said yesterday. Charles McConnell in Campos do Jordão, Brazil
Brazil's president Michel Temer has surprised local practitioners by annulling the appointment of Amanda Athayde Linhares Martins as general superintendent of the country's competition authority, and replacing her with current commissioner Alexandre Cordeiro Macedo.
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