Programme and documents

 

MANAGUA, NICARAGUA -- 4-5 April 2017


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AGENDA 2017
(Spanish version is forthcoming)

The Latin American and Caribbean Competition Forum is hosted by PROCOMPETENCIA.

 

PREVIOUS MEETING

The 2016 Latin American and Caribbean Forum hosted by Mexico focused on topics as: disruptive innovation, leniency programmes and competition in public procurement in Latin America and the Caribbean.

View all 2016 materials  | More on all previous meetings |

SESSION I. CARTELS: ESTIMATION OF HARM IN PUBLIC ENFORCEMENT ACTIONS

The session will explore whether fines are or might be in some sense linked to damages. It will identify and discuss techniques for estimating harm or illegitimate benefits from cartels. Information on the discussions are and will be available in this page.

Background documentation:

Call for contribution
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SESSION II.  MERGER CONTROL IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN - RECENT DEVELOPMENTS AND TRENDS

This session will examine how to assess any potential anti-competition effects.  This three part session will discuss: i) recent developments in the Latin American and Caribbean region on merger control; ii) factors to take into account when considering structural and/or behavioural remedies; iii) and, agency decision making in prohibitions and conditional clearances.

Background documentation

Call for contribution
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Recommandations and Country related experiences:

SESSION III.  ADRESSING COMPETITION CHALLENGES IN FINANCIAL MARKETS

Competition agencies face a number of sector specific challenges in financial markets. This session will discuss agencies' co-operation with regulators and central banks, while offering an opportunity for agencies to share their experiences and the challenges they have faced when conducting studies of financial markets. 

Background documentation:

Call for contribution
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View some of our previous discussions in relation to the topic:

FINAL SESSION. EVALUATION AND PROPOSALS FOR FUTURE WORK

 

 

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