Integrating Regulatory and Antitrust Powers: Does It Work? Case Studies from Spain and Mexico
CPI Journal, 2014, vol. 10
There are a wide variety of possible structures for regulatory regimes in countries. This article focuses on the analysis of multi-purpose regulators that combine regulatory and antitrust powers, such as the Mexican IFT and Cofece, as well as the Spanish CNMC.
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