An interview with Olavo Chinaglia
Ron Knox • Monday, 28 May 2012 (11 months ago) • Country Survey • Issue: July 2012
Starting today, Brazil’s new antitrust law will usher in major changes to the country’s competition landscape, including a pre-merger notification regime and a single enforcer with the power to investigate, prosecute and decide antitrust cases. In the lead-up to the new law taking effect, Ron Knox spoke with Olavo Chinaglia, the outgoing president of the Council for Economic Defence (CADE), about what the competition community should expect from the changes.
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