Law: Federal Economic Competition Law (LFCE) 2015 (Mexico)

COFECE hits Veolia, Engie and Suez with gun jumping fines

Mexico’s competition authority has slapped three major water and waste management companies with penalties for failing to notify three separate transactions as part of the Veolia/Suez mega-merger.

31 May 2023

Mexico appoints new head

Andrea Marván Saltiel, a commissioner at Mexico’s antitrust enforcer, has become the agency’s new president after government hold-ups left it with an interim chief for 18 months.

21 March 2023

COFECE fills decision-making board

Mexico’s Senate has approved the appointments of two new commissioners at the country’s antitrust enforcer, fully staffing its adjudicative board after almost three years of vacancies that left the agency unable to issue decisions for most of last year.

06 February 2023

Latin American platform joins App Store complainants

South America’s largest online marketplace has complained to the Brazilian and Mexican competition authorities that Apple imposes unlawful restrictions on digital retailers.

16 December 2022

Mexico: merger control

Featured in Americas Antitrust Review 2023

Merger control cases brought before Mexico's Federal Telecommunications Institute and Federal Economic Competition Commission are becoming increasingly complicated, resulting in several critical developments for potential filing parties to consider.

30 September 2022

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