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Known as Guideline H, the document will provide guidance on the analysis of mergers involving competitors or potential competitors
Real-time videowall will inform the progress of the Antitrust Authority’s sessions
CADE, Federal Prosecution Office at the state of Goiás and Federal Police carry out dawn raids to investigate alleged cartel in railways bids
The Operation is an outcome of the “Car Wash Operation”, based on a new leniency agreement signed by CADE and Camargo Corrêa
The document includes best practices adopted by CADE's General Superintendence when negotiating and signing leniency agreements
CADE’s General Superintendence sees anticompetitive conduct of car assemblers that prevent auto-parts replacement by independent manufacturers
The antitrust authority recommended the condemnation of Fiat, Ford and Volkswagen for abusive use of industrial property rights on the designing of automotive parts
The approval of the operation was conditioned to a Merger Control Agreement
Opinion recommends the condemnation of Petrobras, White Martins and GNL Gemini
Accused companies and individuals will be notified in order to present their defense
The new website meets accessibility standards and follows the digital communication identity of the Brazilian Government
The Proceeding investigates alleged abuse of right of petition with anti-competitive purpose
The Brazilian market will have a new card flag, with the commitment to introduce new technologies that benefit consumers
CADE’s General Superintendence investigates two alleged cartels in the national market of pipes and fittings
Eighteen companies and 46 individuals are under investigation
CADE, the Federal Police and the Federal Public Prosecution Service of the Federal District and Territories (MPDFT) conduct second phase of Dubai Operation
On 6 May 2016, the Administrative Council for Economic Defense – CADE, jointly with the Federal Police and the Group of Fight against Organized Crime of the Public Prosecution Service of the Federal District and Territories (GAECO-MPDFT in its acronym in Portuguese), conducts the execution of four search and seize warrants in residences of four individuals, among managers and owners of fuel station networks involved in an alleged cartel in market of fuels in the Federal District.
Cade approves with restrictions joint-venture between Saint Gobain and SiCBRAS in the silicon carbide market
The material is used for the production of abrasives and refractories in the metallurgical industry
Opinion recommends the merger’s approval conditioned to the signature of a Merger Control Agreement
Three companies and two individuals were fined BRL 1 million. The charges against the others represented were filed.
After analyzing the appeal presented by competitor UPS against the General Superintendence’s decision, CADE’s Tribunal upholds the approval of the transaction
Vinicius Marques de Carvalho will join a group of exemplary mid-career professionals for an intensive leadership training
CADE’s General Superintendence investigates cartel in electronic power steering systems for automobiles
The anticompetitive practices occurred between 2007 and 2011, at least
Companies and individuals were condemned to pay fines that sum up to BRL 21.3 million
The deadline for submitting comments is March 31st
The fine applied is of BRL 17,4 million
There is robust evidence that the anticompetitive conduct would have been practiced by the largest companies of maritime transportation of the world.
The guidelines detail the required actions for a sound compliance program and which benefits are brought to companies that implement them.
CADE’s General Superintendence adopts a preventive measure in the fuel cartel investigation in Brazil’s Federal District (DF)
Measure determine intervention in the fuel sector in the federal district
The parties will be notified to present their defenses.
The General Superintendence of CADE concludes report on joint venture between Itaú Unibanco and MasterCard
The transaction will be analyzed by CADE´s Tribunal
The parties closed a global transaction for the takeover of a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cisco Systems Inc.by Technicolor S/A
ECT would have been practicing two anticompetitive conducts, discrimination and restriction of competition
CADE’s General Superintendence recommends condemnation of international cartel in the market of electric power
The conduct occurred in the sector of gas-insulated switchgear electric equipment