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Competition Law and Policy in Latin America: Peer Reviews of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico and Peru (Complete Edition ‐ ISBN 9264014985)


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This book contains the results of peer reviews of the competition law and policies of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, and Peru.  Each review  provides information on the history and economic context for competition law, an outline of the provisions of the current law and policies, a review of institutional issues, a review of competition policy in specific regulated sectors, a review of competition advocacy, and a set of conclusions and recommendations.

Competition Law and Policy in Argentina‐1. Foundations and Context‐2. Sutstantive Issues: Content and Application of the Competition Law‐3. Institutional Issues‐4. Competition Policy in Regulated Sectors‐‐Electricity‐‐Natural Gas‐‐Telecommunications‐‐Banking‐‐Airlines and Airports‐‐Ports‐5. Competition Advocacy‐6. Conclusions and RecommendationsCompetition Law and Policy in Brazil‐Summary‐1. Competition Policy in Brazil: Foundations and Context‐2. Substantive Issues: Content and Application‐3. Institutional Issues: Enforcement Structures and Practices‐4. Limits of Competition Policy: Exemptions and Special Regulatory Regimes‐5. Competition Advocacy‐6. Conclusions and Policy OptionsCompetition Law and Policy in Chile‐An Update on Developments since April 2003Competition Law and Poicy in Chile‐Summary‐1. The Economic and Political Context‐2. The Goals of Chile's Competition Law‐3. The Content of the Competition Law‐4. Substantive Competition Law Violations‐5. Competition Law and Policy in Regulated Sectors‐‐Telecoms‐‐Electricity‐‐Banking and Financial Services‐‐Water and Sewer Services‐‐Transportation‐‐Other Sectors‐6. Competition Advocacy‐7. Policy Options‐Notes‐Annexes A and B. Statistical Overview‐ReferencesCompetition Law and Policy in Mexico‐Summary‐1. Competition Policy in Mexico: Foundations and Context‐2. Coverage of the Competition Law‐3. Content and Applications of the Competition Law‐4. Institutional Tools: Implementation of Competition Policy‐5. Competition Advocacy‐6. Conclusions and RecommendationsCompetition Law and Policy in Peru‐Summary‐1. Context and History of Competition Policy‐2. Substantive Issues: Scope and Content of Peru's Competition Laws‐3. Institutional Issues‐4. Competition Law in Regulated Sectors‐‐Telecoms‐‐Transportaton‐‐Energy‐‐Other Sectors‐5. Indecopi's Competition Advocacy‐6. Evaluation and Recommendations
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Document Type: Review Article

Publication date: October 1, 2006

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