‘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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Such conduct may leh, but is not limited to:. The Initial Public Offerings Law Review seeks to introduce the reader to the global IPO regulatory environment and main stock exchanges in 19 jurisdictions, providing an overview of the IPO process, regulatory and exchange requirements and key offering considerations when taking a company public in these jurisdictions.

This was replaced by Act No. This trend is expected 222622 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. Intellectual property is taking a more and more central position in the global economy, and this is true not only in highly developed economies, but also in emerging ones. The definition of 222262 position is stated in the Antitrust Law as follows: Notwithstanding this, an investigation may also be initiated ex officio by the antitrust authorities.

This bill was approved last April 19 by the Senate with some changes, and has been sent to the deputies for final approval. The Employment Law Review. 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. Environmental law is global in its reach. This image is annotated: Editor Ilene Knable Gotts.

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

This means that the Antitrust Law is applied not only to acts and behaviours that occur in the Argentine territory, 22226 also to certain acts or behaviours that take place in other countries and that have effects on the Argentine market. After the evidence is produced, the antitrust authorities must decide the case in 60 days, ending the administrative claim. Retrieved from ” https: Healthcare, consumer and environmental fraud.

The relevant market of the product shall comprise all products and services that consumers consider interchangeable or substitutable by reason of their 222262, price and intended use.


As this book evidences, today almost all competition authorities have a notification process in place — with most requiring pre-merger notification for transactions that meet certain leh minimum thresholds. Therefore, companies that have a dominant position should avoid participating in what may be considered as abusive conduct. Anti-corruption enforcement continues to be an increasingly global endeavour and this seventh edition of The Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption Review is no exception.

As inmostly the cases were closed because the antitrust authorities accepted the explanations given by the companies under investigation.

It is safe to say that the relative importance of these factors to policymakers will never be constant. Summary [ edit ] Description Alfonso X noven Castilian noven, billon coin minted by king Alfonso X of Castile This correspondence has been reviewed by an OTRS member and stored in our permission archive. Permission Reusing this file. In effect, the CNDC has held that a position of dominance is the economic power that a company has to prevent effective competition from being maintained on a relevant market, thus enabling it to act to a great extent independently from its competitors, customers and consumers.

In general terms, and considering the provisions established in Section 4 of the Antitrust Law, a company is considered to have a dominant position when it is the only supplier of certain goods or services or when, as a consequence of the vertical or horizontal degree of integration, it is able to determine the economic feasibility of a competitor or participant on the market.

Encunyat durant el regnat d’ Alfons X de Castella Defining a geographic market involves the same considerations mentioned above for the definition of the relevant market for the product, with the difference that the substitution estimate, in this case, is in terms of physical distances or capabilities of displacement, for the users as well as the producers.

This last decision, regarding a precautionary measure, may be appealed by parties. It presents the views and observations of leading anti-corruption practitioners in jurisdictions spanning every region of the globe, including new chapters covering Canada, Israel and Korea. Infringements of the Antitrust Law regarding the abuse of a dominant position may result in harsh consequences for both the infringing company and its individual employees.

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Section 2 of the Antitrust Law details 14 practices that are, to the extent that they fit in any event described in Section 1, anticompetitive. VI Procedure Abuses of dominant position cases mostly occur through a filing made by any natural or legal person. Government contracts, which are of considerable value and importance, often account for 10 to 20 per cent of gross domestic product in any given state, and government spending is often high profile, with the capacity to shape the future lives of local residents.


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.

The antitrust authorities may enforce precautionary measures, such as ordering the cessation of the injurious conduct while the analysis of the investigation is taking place. The proposal filed by PRISMA obliges the company to divest per cent of the shares and prohibits more than one bank, that is operating in Argentina, to be shareholder of the company, so as to prevent vertical integration. The new regulation abrogated imprisonment and established a mergers and acquisitions control procedure.

These new chapters, together with updates to the jurisdictions previously covered in the first edition, only serve to emphasise that this is a constantly changing environment. Clemency programmes are also being analysed by the antitrust authorities.

As a consequence of the aforementioned, directors, managers, administrators, receivers or members of a surveillance commission who contribute, encourage or permit an infringement are joint and severally liable regarding the imposition of the fine.

The Government Procurement Review. The relevant market in an investigation will comprise two basic dimensions: The Aviation Law Review. Leg Cartels and Leniency Review. This first edition of The 2226 Negligence Law Review comes at a time of unusual political challenge to some elements of globalisation.

Notwithstanding the above-mentioned as to the lack of a precise criteria in the Argentine legislation, lsy CNDC frequently adopts foreign criteria and precedents, namely the ones adopted by the EU Competition Commission, when considering the analysis of precedents. In cases of abuse of dominant position based on exploitative conduct, the concerns of the antitrust authorities include price discrimination, imposition of exploitative lfy, and any other conduct that tends to differentiate prices and commercial conditions between competitors in the same market.