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COFECE Initiates Two Investigations of Probable Infringements to the Mexican Competition Law in the Petroleum Products' Market

Mexico - November 28 2019 On 31 October 2019, the Mexican Competition Commission (the 'Commission' or COFECE) published in the Federal Official Gazette, official notices…

New boost to competition policy in Mexico

Mexico - May 31 2014 On May 23, 2014 a New Mexican Competition Law, approved by the Mexican Congress on April 29, 2014, was published in the Official Federal Gazette. The…

Luis Amado- Cordova, Raymundo Enriquez.

Mexican Senate approves Anti-Corruption Law for Government Procurement

Mexico - May 31 2012 The Mexican Senate passed with 77 votes in favor, 0 against and 0 abstentions on April 25, 2012, the Federal Anti-Corruption Law for Government Procurement, in order to include the liability and penalties for individuals and corporations, domestic or foreign, involved in irregular activities when participating in contracting procedures with the federal government; as well as to Mexican individuals or corporations involved in irregular activities when participating in international business transactions.

Raymundo Enriquez, Reynaldo Vizcarra-Mendez.

The Federal Competition Commission (FCC) has initiated a new investigation in magazines distribution

Mexico - May 1 2012 The FCC initiated an investigation due to possible abuse of dominance conducts in the distribution of printed magazines (the Investigation) in Mexico City on April 20, 2012. 

Raymundo Enriquez, Reynaldo Vizcarra-Mendez.

The Federal Competition Commission (FCC) has initiated a new investigation in various telecom markets

USA - January 16 2012 On December 15, 2011 the FCC initiated an investigation due to a possible illegal concentration involving the following markets: mobile and fixed telephony; broadband Internet access services; dedicated lines; interconection services; payed and open TV; media advertising; and audio-visual and audio contents (production, transmition and distribution).

Raymundo Enriquez, Reynaldo Vizcarra-Mendez.