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The pecuniary contribution will total BRL 21 million
There was no sufficient evidence that justified the imposition of penalties to the parties involved
Afrebras responds to a lawsuit over anticompetitive practices such as the standardization of commercial conduct among associates
Condemned companies and individuals to pay fines that sum up to BRL 1.6 million
Two financial institutions and an individual shall pay a total of BRL 42.9 million as pecuniary contribution
The consent was conditioned to the signature of a Merger Control Agreement
Cade will probe alleged violations to the economic order as a result of the truckers' strike
Other investigations regarding Google remain open.
The acquisition aims to expand the activities of Yara Group in the chemical industry
TCCs will collect more than BRL R$2.8 million
CADE's General Superintendence concludes opinion regarding the merger between Praxair and Linde in the industrial gas field
The opinion recommends the approval of the merger conditioned to the signature of a Merger Control Agreement.
The construction company will respond again to the Administrative Proceedings and will be fined BRL 200,000.
The case was submited to the Administrative Court, responsible for the final decision.
Five companies and thirty-eight individuals would have participated in the collusion.
CADE opens a selection process for hiring a specialized consultant in competition and international organizations
The consultant will assist CADE regarding Brazil’s request to become an Associate in the OECD’s Competition Committee
The study evaluated impacts at Brazilian municipalities between 2014 and 2016
The Agency received the title for the fourth time. The US event also praised the Dawn Raid guidance document, winner of a Concurrences award.
The online travel agencies agreed to stop using their current price-parity clause policy and decided to renounce the conditions imposed to hotels that offer accommodations on their platforms. by the Press Office
CADE unanimously concluded that there are no competition concerns related to the merger and confirmed its approval
The Council imposed behavioral remedies to ensure the independence of XP and neutralize possible anticompetitive effects from the operation
The Majority of the Tribunal considered that the transaction could be negative for the consumers
Document is the outcome of the discussions that occurred within a Working Group formed by representatives of the two agencies
Agreement proposed by the parties predicts the selling of Bayer’s assets in the soybean seeds and cotton’s business
The agreement includes divestments in markets that have competition problems
CADE’s formal request was forwarded to UNCTAD by the Mission of Brazil to the United Nations
CADE’s General Superintendence concludes opinion about transaction between Owens-Illinois do Brasil and Nadir Figueiredo
The opinions recommends that the transaction should not be cleared
Opinion recommends the approval of the merger conditioned to the signature of a Merger Control Agreement negotiated with the parties
CADE investigates bid rigging in public bids subways and monorail infrastructure in seven states and in the Federal District
Process is linked to a new leniency agreement signed between CADE, the group of the “Car Wash” Operation of the Federal Prosecution Service in São Paulo and Camargo Corrêa
Ascertainment is linked to two leniency agreements signed between CADE, the group of the “Car Wash” Operation of the MPF/SP and Odebrecht