Mexico: Merger Control
Notifiable transactions What is commonly known in the antitrust legislation of some countries as 'mergers and acquisitions' are known as 'concentrations' under the Mexican antitrust statute. Article 16 of the Federal Economic Competition Law (the Law) defines a 'concentration' as 'the merger, acquisition of control, or any other action between or among competitors, suppliers, customers or other economic agents to consolidate corporations, associations, stock holdings, partnership interests, trusts, or assets in general'. The Law further mentions that the Federal Competition Commission (the Commission) 'shall oppose and penalise any concentration having the …
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