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Lexology PRO | European Union | 12 Oct 2022

EU conditionally clears plastics merger

The European Commission has approved Celanese’s €11.3 billion purchase of DuPont Mobility & Materials, after the buyer agreed to divest an overlapping business.
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Lexology PRO | Mexico | 16 Sep 2022

COFECE fines natural gas company for breaching commitments

Mexico’s competition authority has fined a natural gas company and its subsidiary €14.8 million for breaching commitments to restore competition following an abuse of domininace probe.
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Lexology PRO | Mexico | 9 Sep 2022

Mexico sanctions AT&T and Discovery for gun-jumping after jurisdictional spat

Mexico’s competition enforcer has fined AT&T and Warner Bros Discovery €2.6 million for failing to notify it of their separation of WarnerMedia's Mexican subsidiaries after the country’s telecoms regulator approved the underlying €42.8 billion tie-up last month.
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SAI Law & Economics | Mexico | 5 May 2022

Judiciary settles jurisdiction issues over OTT content markets in Mexico

The Second Collegiate Circuit Court in Administrative Matters, Specialised in Economic Competition, Telecommunications and Broadcasting recently discussed the latest jurisdiction battle between the Federal Institute of Telecommunications and the Federal Economic Competition Commission – this time, over matters related to over-the-top content.
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SAI Law & Economics | Mexico | 28 Apr 2022

COFECE seeks to identify and eliminate e-commerce barriers to entry

The Federal Economic Competition Commission's (COFECE's) investigative authority recently published the start of an investigation to determine the existence of barriers to competition and/or essential facilities in the e-commerce retail market. The investigation procedure was initiated ex officio, as the COFECE believes that there may not be effective competition conditions in the e-commerce......
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Lexology PRO | Central & South America, Mexico | 22 Apr 2022

COFECE fails in complaint to top court challenging controversial energy bill

Mexico’s Supreme Court has dismissed a complaint by the country’s competition authority against a controversial new law that would give the main state-owned electricity company greater power over the national energy market.
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Lexology PRO | Central & South America, Mexico | 4 Apr 2022

Mexico opens first-ever digital markets sector inquiry

Mexico’s antitrust watchdog has launched its first-ever sector inquiry into digital markets after successfully convincing a court that the national telecommunications regulator did not have the power to conduct a similar probe.
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Lexology PRO | Central & South America, Mexico | 25 Mar 2022

COFECE hits international airport with €38 million fine

Mexico City’s international airport has been ordered to pay a €38 million abuse of dominance fine, after the country’s competition authority concluded it restricted a luxury bus company from providing transport services to travellers.
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Lexology PRO | Brazil, Croatia, Finland, etc. | 27 Jan 2022

Competition and antitrust tracker: daily updates from regulators (26 - 27 Jan)

Lexology PRO shares daily regulatory updates published by competition and antitrust authorities around the world.
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Lexology PRO | Czech Republic, European Union, Germany, etc. | 20 Jan 2022

Competition and antitrust tracker: daily updates from regulators (20 Jan)

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