Mexico begins process for approving new antitrust regulations
Nearly two years after Mexico introduced its new, more aggressive antitrust law, the country’s Federal Competition Commission (CFC) has quietly opened consultations on regulations that will finally provide guidance to the business community about how the agency intends to enforce the revised statute.
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