NEW ROLE OF MEXICO’S ANTITRUST AUTHORITY IN COMPETITION ENFORCEMENT AND PROCOMPETITIVE REGULATORY DECISIONS

New Role of Mexico’s Antitrust Authority in Competition Enforcement and Procompetitive Regulatory Decisions
Thursday, December 3, 2015
Breakfast & Registration: 8:30 AM
Conference Starts: 8:45 AM
Conference Ends: 10:00 AM
King & Spalding
1185 Avenue of the Americas, 34th Floor, New York, New York 10036, USA

Keynote Speaker
Eduardo Perez Motta
Partner, Agon Mexico
Former President of Mexico’s Federal Competition Commission and
Ambassador of Mexico to the World Trade Organization

Discussion Topics
New opportunities to participate in the Mexican economy in sectors such as Telecommunications, Transport, Financial Services and Energy.
The new role for the Mexican Antitrust Agency to increase productivity with its new enforcement and regulatory capacities.
The new role of specialized courts in competition and telecommunications.
Major changes in the antitrust law and the new strategy to interact with the competition authority.
Coordination mechanisms among competition authorities of Mexico and the US.

Fees
Member $30.00
Non-Member $50.00

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