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Standard Setting and Competition in Mexico 2018

 

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Publication date: 24 October 2018 

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The standardisation process may produce substantial benefits for the protection of the environment, health and consumers, promoting competition in the market, fostering international trade and providing interoperability between products among others.

However, the establishment of technical regulations and standards may also damage competition raising unjustified barriers.This report first describes the anti and pro-competitive effects of standards to then analyse the Mexican standardisation process to issue both technical regulations (Normas Oficiales Mexicanas) and standards (Normas Mexicanas).

The document also offers an overview of the best regulatory practices in standards setting and a guidance to analyse the impact of standards in the market while providing a series of recommendations to improve the Mexican standardisation process.

 

See also:

Mexico-OECD Co-operation to Strengthen Competitiveness in Mexico

Other OECD reports on Competition in Mexico

Intellectual Property and Standard Settings, 2014

Standard setting, 2010

More OECD work on Competition

 

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