Greater Cooperation Among Competition Agencies in Latin America
The past decade has shown an increasingly greater level of cooperation amongcompetition agencies in Latin America. This increase in the level of interactivity among LatinAmerican enforcers has played a key role in the fostering of competition law in the region andthe strong network developed will certainly be a relevant tool for the competition agencies toovercome the different challenges they face in the enforcement of their laws. Such growinginterconnection should be followed closely by those doing business in the region since there arealready different sectors that have received a similar treatment in various Latin Americancountries because of the cooperation among competition enforcers of the region.
The increase in the levels of cooperation among Latin American competition agencies inthe past decade has been true in at least three levels: i) intense regional fora, ii) within theframework of trade agreements, and iii) through a growing number of bilateral agreements. Thepurpose of this paper is to reflect how these three levels have developed and continue to do so.
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