The longest fight
Since its very inception, Mexico’s competition agency has been battling against companies that dominate much of the country’s economy. There have been dark days in the battle against the country’s monopolists, which observers say cost consumers billions every year. But now, a new law offers hope for those who crave deep economic and legal reforms. Ron Knox explores the past and present of Mexico’s fight
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