Two enforcers will review AT&T/Time Warner merger, Mexican court rules

A specialised court has given both of Mexico’s competition enforcers power to review the AT&T/Time Warner deal.

In a decision last month, the Second Specialised Court agreed with arguments made by the Federal Economic Competition Commission (COFECE) that each authority must review the merger solely in the markets that it has jurisdiction over. The Federal Telecommunications Institute (IFT) had asked to exclusively review the entirety of the merger, to avoid potentially contradictory rulings from both authorities. 

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