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OECD Regional Centre for Competition in Latin America Newsletter

 

This newsletter reports on the activities of the OECD Regional Centre for Competition in Latin America. Published twice a year, it shares regional experiences and recent developments from the economies in the Latin American and Caribbean region.

If you have suggestions or material that you wish to be considered for publication, please feel free to contact Jesus Espinoza (jespinozal@indecopi.gob.pe) or Paulo Burnier (paulo.burnier@oecd.org).

 

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About the Lima centre

Calendar of activities

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Issue 2 - December 2020


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December 2020 Newsletter - OECD Regional Centre for Competition in Latin America

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Issue 2 - December 2020 | Spanish version

 

In this issue:

• Centre activities and programme
• Interview with Mr. Alexandre Barreto de Souza, president of CADE in Brazil
• Updates on regional projects
Guest Expert: A Note on Screens’ Worldwide Adoption and Successes by Rosa Abrantes-Metz
Brazil: New Investigation Techniques to Fighting Cartels – the “Brain Project”
Costa Rica: Update and perspectives of the new leniency programme in Costa Rica
El Salvador: Leniency and compliance: the interdisciplinary nexus
Mexico: COFECE’s view of ex-officio investigations in strategic markets
Caribbean: The Efficacy of Leniency Programs in Small Economies– a view from the Caribbean

Issue 1 - June 2020


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June 2020 Newsletter - OECD Regional Centre for Competition in Latin America

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Issue 1 - June 2020

 

In this issue: 

  • Centre activities and programme
  • Interview with Mr. Ivo Gagliuffi Piercechi
  • Updates on regional projects
  • OECD: Challenges and opportunities for competition authorities arising from Covid-19 crisis
  • OECD: Market Study Process - Example of the UK Credit Card Market
  • Argentina: Credit Card Market Study - Findings, Recommendations and Impact
  • Brazil: Advocacy initiatives through CADE’s Cahiers – 10 market studies in 6 years
  • Mexico: Advocating for pro-competitive regulation in the Notarial services market
  • Peru: From drafting to implementation of Indecopi’s Guidelines in Public Procurement
  • Trinidad and Tobago: Advocacy efforts that pushed for the new Competition Law

 

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