Mexico: Antitrust watchdog to crackdown on long-ignored banking sector (Competition Policy International)

Mexico’s recently revamped competition authority is slated to review the nation’s banking sector, which has gone largely ignored by regulators for several years, according to reports.

Mexico’s federal Economic Competition Commission told reporters that one of its “top priorities is the financial sector” and that it will focus on “widening the …read more

Source: Global Competition Law Blogs