Mexican competition enforcer challenges government

Benito Juárez Airport in Mexico City

Benito Juárez Airport in Mexico City (Credit: istock.com/stockcam)

Mexico’s Supreme Court of Justice will determine whether the Federal Economic Competition Commission, COFECE, can unilaterally regulate essential services, after the government’s executive branch ignored measures the antitrust enforcer recommended to deal with allegedly anticompetitive airport slot allocation. By Malina McLellan

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