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  • 12-April-2017

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    2016 Report on implementing the OECD Recommendation on Structural Separation in Regulated Industries

    This 2016 report analyses experiences of OECD countries in implementing the OECD recommendation on structural separation in regulated industries and concludes that structural separation remains a relevant remedy to advance the process of market liberalisation and that the areas of application can include vertically integrated industries where only some activities are subject to competitive constraints.

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  • 10-April-2017

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    OECD inventory of international co-operation agreements between competition agencies (MoUs)

    ‌International co-operation in competition law enforcement is at the core of the OECD competition-related work. This inventory covers over 140 co-operation MoUs between competition agencies where at least one of the signatories is a competition authority of an OECD Member, Associate or Participant to the OECD Competition Committee, or the European Union.

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  • 22-March-2017

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    Evaluation of Competition Interventions

    Governments everywhere are increasingly interested in assessing the effects of their policies and the effectiveness of public institutions. Competition policy is no exception. Competition agencies affect the economy by taking decisions on cases under competition law. With their governments, they can influence market competition in the economy more widely through policy interventions.

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  • 11-January-2017

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    Review of procurement rules and practices of PEMEX in Mexico

    This report analyses procurement rules and regulations in Mexico's state-owed petroleum company (PEMEX) and makes policy recommendations to promote competition and fight bid rigging in accordance with international best practices.

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  • 9-January-2017

    Spanish

    Examen de las normas y prácticas de contratación de PEMEX en México

    Este informe analiza las reglas y regulaciones de los procesos de licitación pública en la compañía petrolera estatal mexicana (PEMEX) y hace recomendaciones de políticas para promover la competencia y luchar contra la colusión en los procesos de licitaciones de acuerdo con las mejores prácticas internacionales.

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  • 9-January-2017

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    La resolución de asuntos de competencia por órganos de jurisdicción especializada y general: Balance de experiencias internacionales

    En el marco de un proyecto con la Secretaría de Economía de México, este informe ofrece una visión general de las experiencias internacionales sobre el papel de los tribunales en la implementación de la política de competencia. Presenta diferentes diseños institucionales, el papel de los tribunales, la especialización de los tribunales y sus beneficios, así como su relación con otros órganos gubernamentales y partes interesadas.

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  • 9-January-2017

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    The resolution of competition cases by specialised and generalist courts: Stocktaking of international experiences

    In the framework of a project with the Mexican Ministry of Economy, this report provides an overview of international experiences and best practices regarding the role of courts in the implementation of competition policy. It presents different institutional designs, the role of courts, courts specialisation and their benefits as well as their relationship with other government bodies and stakeholders.

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  • 10-December-2016

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    Market Examinations in Mexico: A manual by the OECD Secretariat

    In the framework of an OECD project with the Mexican Ministry of Economy, this manual provides guidance on how to carry out an inquiry or examination into a particular market when there is a suspicion or indication that a market is not functioning well. It explains what market examinations are as well as their purposes, intended outcomes and substantive content.

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  • 8-December-2016

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    Achieving competitive neutrality

    Competitive neutrality means that state-owned and private businesses compete on a level playing field. This is essential for the effective use of resources within the economy and thus the achievement of growth and development. While the principle of competitive neutrality is gaining wide support around the world, obtaining it in practice is a much more difficult question.

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  • 8-December-2016

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    State-Owned Enterprises as Global Competitors - A Challenge or an Opportunity?

    An estimated 22% of the world’s largest firms are now effectively under state control, this is the highest percentage in decades. These firms are likely to remain a prominent feature of the global marketplace in the near future. The upsurge of state-owned enterprises (SOEs) as global competitors has given rise to concerns related to a level playing field.  Some business competitors and observers claim that preferential treatment granted by governments to SOEs in return for public policy obligations carried out at home can give SOEs a competitive edge in their foreign expansion. The OECD has taken a multidisciplinary approach, looking at the issue from the competition, investment, corporate governance and trade policy perspectives.  The report aims to sort fact from fiction, and develop a stronger understanding, based on empirical evidence, on how to address growing policy concerns with regard to SOE internationalisation. The report concludes that although there is no clear evidence of systematic abusive behaviour by SOE investors, frictions need to be addressed, in view of keeping the global economy open to trade and investment.
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