Mexico, the United States and Canada affirm joint action against monopolies

Mexico City /

Chairmen of the Federal Commission for Economic Competition (Cofece), Canadian Competition Bureau and The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Antitrust Division of the United States Department of Justice have reaffirmed their willingness to work together to achieve Antitrust policies and enforcement of their own laws are becoming more stringent.

And through a joint statement, the owners presented the procedural decisions and Law firm shares were recently issuedThey focused their dialogue on their priorities at the institutional and regional levels, including ensuring competitive conditions in digital markets in the face of technological change in the global economy.

in sharing it, Chief Commissioner in an alternate position due to the vacancy of the position of Cofece, Brenda Hernandezhighlight the increasing specialization of the authority expressed in decisions about monopolistic practices and mergers, opinions and studies related to goods and services that affect many markets.

He pointed out that “Coffis” maintains a permanent and proactive effort to implement the constitutional principle of free competition in the energy sector, whether in the generation and sale of electricity, or in the various links in the natural gas chain.

At the tripartite meeting held in Washington, D.C., the alternate president’s commissioner participated due to the vacancy of Cofece’s position; Federal Trade Commission Chair Lina Khan; Jonathan Kanter, Attorney General of the Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division; and the Canadian Competition Bureau Commissioner, Matthew Boswell.

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