An anxious transition
For years, Brazilian antitrust enforcers and lawyers have been pushing for legal changes that would streamline enforcement and modernise the merger review process. Those changes came into force in late May, but now practitioners worry that staffing shortages and a long learning curve could lead to delays. Ron Knox reports
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