Chile beefs up competition laws

Practice area focus in Latin Lawyer Volume 15 Issue 6

Thursday, 21 July 2016 (7 months ago) by Tom Webb and Lulu Rumsey

The upper house of Chile’s parliament has approved legislation that for the first time will criminalise cartels, boost maximum fines for anticompetitive conduct and make merger notifications compulsory.

Jaime Barahona, Maria José Henríquez, Nicole Nehme, Ricardo Riesco, Claudio Lizana and Benjamín Grebe

Jaime Barahona, Maria José Henríquez, Nicole Nehme, Ricardo Riesco, Claudio Lizana and Benjamín Grebe

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