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‘s Act 22, Argentina was the enactment of Act 22, in . 13 “ Multicanal SA y otro s/Denuncia Infracción Ley 22,, ASCJ. 22, () (Ley de Defensa de a Competencia/Competition Defense Act/ CDA) –95, , –13, Arts 1–2. El resto del artículo describe la aplicación de la ley argentina de With the adoption of the provisions of Act 22,, the Argentine antitrust case law began to.

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This trend is expected to continue as the global economy further integrates, the number of cross-border and international transactions keeps increasing, and national governments continue to regulate foreign investment in their jurisdictions to an unprecedented degree. The Projects and Construction Review. The assessment of the impact of an investigation will be largely determined by the relevant market definition, key market power involved and the market shares of the companies involved in the lye.

Editor David J Goldschmidt. The Public Competition Enforcement Review. Investigations of anticompetitive conduct or analyses of mergers and acquisitions made by the CNDC end with a non-binding recommendation to the Secretary of Trade. VII Private Enforcement Section 51 of the Antitrust Law states that individuals and companies that have been affected by anticompetitive conduct have the right to sue in judicial courts and claim for damages.

As previously mentioned, there is no specific prohibition in the Antitrust Law for having a position of dominance, just for the abuse of it. Yet international trade and cross-border transactions are, and will remain, firmly entrenched in the day-to-day business of commercial institutions, and the fact that this is the 54th title published by The Law Reviews comes as little surprise.

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The Real Estate Law Review. It presents the views and observations 222662 leading anti-corruption practitioners in jurisdictions spanning every region of the globe, including new chapters covering Canada, Israel and Korea. Further, the Constitution of Argentina promotes effective competition between markets in Argentina.


The Banking Regulation Review.

China and India, to take just two examples, are moving rapidly up the value chain and now have world-class lsy companies for which intellectual property protection is crucial. This section comprises, to the extent the conditions of the foregoing paragraph are met, the obtention of significant competitive 222262 through the infringement of other rules, as declared by an administrative act or final judgment. An understanding of the international framework will provide thoughtful manufacturers and distributors with a strategic advantage in this increasingly competitive area.

Argentina – The Dominance and Monopolies Review – Edition 6 – The Law Reviews

In the year under review, the antitrust authorities, through the CNDC, opened 12 markets studies and initiated three market investigations. Such conduct may include, but is not limited to: Cartels are a surprisingly persistent feature of economic life.

As inmostly the cases were closed because the antitrust authorities accepted the explanations given by the companies under investigation. This means that the Antitrust Law is applied not only to acts and behaviours that occur in the Argentine territory, but also to lsy acts or behaviours that take place in other countries and that have effects on the Argentine market.

Having reached the stage of defining the relevant market lley a product, the next step is to do the same in geographical terms.

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Manipulation of benchmark interest rates and foreign exchange trading. The antitrust authorities may enforce precautionary measures, such as ordering the cessation 222622 the injurious conduct while the analysis of the investigation is taking place.

The definition of dominant position is stated in the Antitrust Law as follows:. Section 51 of the Antitrust Law states that individuals and companies that have been affected by anticompetitive conduct have the right to sue in judicial courts and claim for damages. This first edition of The Professional Negligence Law Review comes at a time of unusual political challenge to some elements of globalisation.


VI Procedure Abuses of dominant position cases mostly occur through a filing made by any natural or legal person.

Once the defence has been filed, the antitrust authorities may consider the explanations satisfactory or conclude that there is no merit in continuing with the investigation. In this last case, the antitrust authorities will investigate the enforcement of the arrangement for three years.

Specifically, regarding anticompetitive cases, he has stated that conduct cases that were initiated with an aim differing from the protection of market competition will be dismissed and closed.

The Antitrust Law does not prohibit conducts per se ; conducts must be analysed in all cases by the rule-of-reason criteria, and for sanctioning, the antitrust authorities must prove an actual or potential damage to the general economic interest.

According to the Secretary of Trade, this proposal will promote competition in the markets that were involved in the investigation. Such conduct may include, but is not limited to:.

In 2222 case of a re-offence, the fine could be doubled. II Year in Review In the year in review, according to public sources, 6 the antitrust authorities closed investigations in 48 anticompetitive cases. Practices that imply abuse of a dominant position usually involve those practices that obstruct the entry of potential competitors in the market and those that exclude existing competitors.