The Path Towards A More Efficient Antitrust Enforcement In Argentina

By Miguel del Pino & Santiago del Rio – 

The new Administration of the Argentine Antitrust Commission has recently sent a bill for a new Antitrust Law to Congress that promises to reshape current enforcement in Argentina, including much needed changes such as the creation of a leniency program, hard core cartels and a revamped merger review system with a pre-closing structure and updated thresholds. Additionally, it has recently circulated new merger control guidelines that show a much more technical approach in the review of transactions. The article analyses these developments and the reasons for which they are needed.

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