Competition Law and Policy in Mexico

Content Type
Policy Brief
Institution
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
Abstract
Mexico's competition policy was introduced as part of a decade-long reform initiative, begun in the mid-1980s, to end central government control and protection of domestic economic activity and to develop instead a market-based economy. A key element in the government's economic reform was the adoption, in 1993, of the Federal Law of Economic Competition (LFCE), and creation of the Federal Competition Commission (CFC) to enforce it.
Topic
Development, Economics, Government
Political Geography
North America, Mexico