Peru - Competition Law and Policy


Peru participates as an observer in the Competition Committee since 2011 and attends the Latin American Competition Forum and the Global Forum on Competition on a regular basis It also hosted the 11th meeting of the OECD-IDB Latin American Competition Forum in September 2013.

‌‌‌Follow-up to the Nine Peer Reviews of Competition Law and Policy of Latin American Countries - cover

Date of publication
25 July 2013

Follow-up to the Nine Peer Reviews of Competition Law and Policy of Latin American Countries - 2012


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Peru was one of the nine countries reviewed in this 2012 ‌follow-up study which focuses on two specific themes:

  • the impact of the authority’s work on pro-competitive regulatory reforms
  • the application of case prioritisation and selection criteria.



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Annual Reports - In the framework of its participation at the Competition Committee, Peru's national competition agency submits every year a report on recent developments in the field of competition.

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Date of publication
18 March 2008

Peer Reviews of Competition Law and Policy in Latin America: A Follow-Up - 2007

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‌Peru was one of the five countries reviewed under this 2007 follow-up report on competition developments.

The study aimed at assessing the impact that the previous peer reviews and recommendations had on competition policy and agencies.

‌‌Competition Peer Review cover peru 2004

Date of publication
October 2004

Competition Law and Policy in Peru: A Peer Review - 2004


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Peru’s competition regime was examined for the first time in 2004 during the 2nd  meeting of OECD-IDB Latin American Competition Forum held in the US.

This report provides an in-depth analysis of its competition practices and sets out recommendations on how to improve government policy and the local competition authority's enforcement / advocacy practices.