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Emergency Decree Nº274 / 2019 – New Regulation On Anti Trust (Competition Law) Matters
On April 17 of 2019, the Decree of Necessity and Urgency Nº274 / 2019 was published in the Official Gazette, through which the National Executive revokes the Law on Fairness in Trade (Nº22,802).
7 Aug 2019
New Competition Law Modifies Sanctions Regime And Creates New Controller Agencies.
New competition Law 27,442 introduces several changes in the current competition law regime in Argentina, effective on or after May 24, 2018.
10 Jul 2018
Competition Defense Law In Argentina
On May 15, 2018, the Argentine Federal Government published in the Official Gazette the new Competition Defense Law in Argentina, Law Number 27,442, adjourning the local legislation...
27 Jun 2018
New Competition Law
Law 27,442 (the "Law"), which entered into effect on May 24, 2018 along with its Implementing Regulation -Decree 480/2018- introduces sweeping changes in the competition law regime in Argentina.
1 Jun 2018
House Approves New Competition Law Bill
On November 22 the House of Representatives passed a bill approving a new competition law in Argentina (the "Bill"), set to replace Law 25,156 of 1999.
7 Dec 2017
The WTO Appellate Body Confirmed That The EU Had Applied Antidumping Duties To Biodiesel Originating In Argentina In A Manner That Was Inconsistent With Its International Obligations
The WTO panel issued its decision on March 29, 2016 and agreed that the EU had applied antidumping duties to biodiesel originating in Argentina in a manner that was inconsistent with its WTO obligations.
16 Nov 2016
The WTO Appellate Body Confirmed That The EU Had Applied Antidumping Duties To Biodiesel Originating In Argentina In A Manner That Was Inconsistent With Its International Obligations
On October 6th, 2016, the WTO Appellate Body upheld the WTO´s Dispute Settlement Body decision issued on March 29, 2016 in the case "European Union – Anti Dumping Measures on Biodiesel from Argentina".
1 Nov 2016
The Argentine Antitrust Agency Will Be Sending To Congress A Bill To Introduce Positive Amendments To The Antitrust Law
The Comisión Nacional de Defensa de la Competencia ("Antitrust Agency") is working on a bill of law that will be sent to Congress in the next few months to amend Argentine Law 25,156 (the "Antitrust Law").
8 Sep 2016
Argentine Government Announces Tightening Of Antitrust Enforcement
In a recent media appearance, the new President of the Argentine Antitrust Commission (CNDC) and the Trade Secretary, gave some insights into the current status of the local antitrust regime...
15 Aug 2016
Planning An Exit Strategy: Recent Developments On Commitments Before The Antitrust Commission
The recent issuance of decisions accepting commitments offered by alleged infringers to cease anticompetitive conducts shows the interest of the Argentine Antitrust Commission in these types of procedures.
6 Nov 2012
New Decision Regarding Damages In An Anticompetitive Claim
The Commercial Court of Appeals upheld a decision which rejected a claim brought for damages arising from an alleged abuse of dominant position.
10 Aug 2012
Competition Interaction Beyond Borders
Information and technical exchange with foreign regulators could help the Antitrust Commission to enrich its current practice so as to keep pushing its standards even higher.
18 Jun 2012
Limits To The Enforcement Powers Of The National Antitrust Commission
The Argentine Supreme Court decided that the National Antitrust Commission will be in charge of the instruction and investigation of infringements under Antitrust Law No. 25,156, while the adjudicative power of these procedures rests on the Secretary of Domestic Trade of the Ministry of Economy through the issuance of administrative acts, until the National Tribunal for the Defense of Competition is set up.
13 Mar 2012
Nine Provinces Compete For Investments In Hydrocarbons
In a context of soaring prices for crude oil and the awakened interest of international investors in commodities and emerging markets, six Argentine provinces are in the process of awarding exploration permits over hydrocarbon areas, and three more have announced bidding contests during this year.
28 Nov 2006
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