The Provisional Measure which introduces important alterations to Law No. 8,884, of June 11, 1999 (Law 8,884/94 / the Antitrust Law).
On July 20 the Antitrust Commission approved the sale of Aguas Cordillera, the waterworks subsidiary of Enersis, itself a subsidiary of Spain's Endesa, to Emos for US$185 million.
Act No 17.243 approved by the Executive on June 29, 2000 covers a wide range of topics including investment promotions, tax, antitrust, labour, company, administrative, public, criminal, mutual funds.
The international journal of competition policy and regulation, Global Competition Review reports that Brazil's antitrust authority, the Economic Defence Administration Council (CADE), reconvened on July 5 with a new president, three new counsellors and a new address.
Continuing uncertainty continues to surround the appointment of the next president of the Brazil's principal antitrust authority, CADE, reports the international journal of competition policy and regulation, Global Competition Review.
'Rating the Regulators' survey conducted by Global Competition Review finds pattern of dissatisfaction with the Comisión Nacional de Defensa de la Competencia across the six key areas surveyed.
On April 28 2000 the Comisión Nacional de Defensa de la Competencia approved, with a very minor condition, the acquisition of control by Logidis SAS (Promodes) of Supermercados Norte SA.
'Rating the Regulators' survey conducted by Global Competition Review finds balance between dissatisfaction and satisfaction with the Economic Defence Administrative Council in the six key areas surveyed.
Chilean regulators have imposed a 180 day injunction on Coca Cola, blocking the drinks giant from terminating a contract with Embotelladoras Chilenas Unidas SA (ECUSA). The Chilean Competition Bureau has begun a full investigation into Coke’s decision.
Resolution No. SPPLC-038-99 of July 9, 1999 came in to effect on January 7, 2000.