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Lessons from the First Year of Competition Law in Ecuador

BY | February 26, 2014

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Luis Marin Tobar, Feb 26, 2014 Ecuador’s commercial and legal culture is undergoing a process of self-reflection, analysis,…

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle

Luis Marin Tobar, Feb 26, 2014

Ecuador’s commercial and legal culture is undergoing a process of self-reflection, analysis, and evolution following the enactment of the Organic Law on Market Power Regulation and Control in October of 2011. The Law provides the first domestic framework on competition in Ecuador and was preceded by the application of Andean Community general norms on competition.[1] Pedro Paez’s designat

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