The Spanish Competition Authority confirms the final version of the guide on competition compliance programmes as a mitigating factor and means of avoiding public procurement bans

The Spanish National Markets and Competition Commission (“CNMC”) has confirmed in the final version of the Guide on compliance programmes in relation to competition rules (the “Guide”) that compliance programmes could potentially modulate the penalties imposed on companies investigated for competition infringements and that they could be used to avoid being disqualified from taking part in public procurement procedures due to punishment for competition law violations. The Guide was submitted to public consultation in February 2020, and includes the comments received by the CNMC. The Guide establishes that companies may

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Pilar Carrasco, Manuel Contreras, Henar González Durántez, The Spanish Competition Authority confirms the final version of the guide on competition compliance programmes as a mitigating factor and means of avoiding public procurement bans, 10 June 2020, e-Competitions June 2020, Art. N° 95446

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