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Competition regulation and productivity: discussion
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Product market competition regulation and inclusive growth in Mexico
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The consequences of competition and regulation in services Kozluk
I am delighted to welcome you to the OECD and to open this high-level conference on A New Reform Agenda for a More Competitive South East Europe.
Strengthening a country's competitiveness is always a work in progress, one that is permanent and cannot be postponed. In turn, competition is essential if markets are to function properly.
It is an honour that public institutions as important as the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) seek the OECD’s co-operation to review their new regulatory procurement frameworks.
This is the second year running that we have hosted this OECD Forum on Competition and Regulation. We hope to continue consolidating it as a benchmark for the commitment of the Mexican authorities to competition and regulatory improvement. I want to thank Secretary Guajardo for his leadership in bringing about this second edition.