An interview with Eduardo Pérez Motta

Over the eight years he has been the head of Mexico’s Federal Competition Commission, Eduardo Pérez Motta has seen some drastic changes in the country’s competition landscape. He helped usher in two major reforms to the competition law, and has helped the public, the media and the courts to better understand the principals – and the importance – of a competitive economy. He sat down with Ron Knox in Miami to talk about the importance of his advocacy efforts, the ongoing fight against monopolists and his work as chairman of the International Competition Network (ICN)

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