The Brazilian Competition Authority suggests the conviction of car manufacturer and its car dealers for bid rigging in ambulance public tender (General Motors)

The Brazilian competition authority in charge for the investigation of antitrust violations – CADE’s General Superintendence (“SG”) – has suggested the conviction of General Motors (“GM”), and two of its car dealers HDM Ditribuidora de Veículos Ltda. (“HDM”) and Itororó Brás Veículos e Peças Ltda. (“Itororó”) for bid rigging in a public tender for the acquisition of ambulances in the State of São Paulo. According to the report issued by SG, the defendants have submitted identical proposals, including the same wording (and even some identical typos), which,

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  • Inglez, Werneck, Ramos, Cury e Françolin Advogados (Sao Paulo)

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Ricardo Inglez de Souza, The Brazilian Competition Authority suggests the conviction of car manufacturer and its car dealers for bid rigging in ambulance public tender (General Motors), 1 June 2013, e-Competitions Bulletin June 2013, Art. N° 52513

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