The Brazilian Administrative Council For Economic Defence’s Tribunal provides further guidance for the assessment of international cartels and indicates when they are considered as able to produce effects in Brazil (Elpida / Mitsubishi / Nanya / NEC / Toshiba)

CADE’s Tribunal provided, during judgment sessions held between August and November of 2016, further guidance for the assessment of international cartels, indicating when they are considered able to produce effects in Brazil, in breach of Brazilian competition law. These decisions were issued in cases examining the market for certain electronic components [1], glass components for cathode ray tubes [2], plastic products [3] and thermoplastic elastomers [4]

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  • Mattos Filho Veiga Filho Marrey Jr & Quiroga (New York)
  • Mattos Filho, Veiga Filho, Marrey Jr. & Quiroga (Sao Paulo)
  • Mattos Filho, Veiga Filho, Marrey Jr. & Quiroga (Sao Paulo)

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Amadeu Ribeiro, Lauro Celidonio, Renata Fonseca Zuccolo Giannella, The Brazilian Administrative Council For Economic Defence’s Tribunal provides further guidance for the assessment of international cartels and indicates when they are considered as able to produce effects in Brazil (Elpida / Mitsubishi / Nanya / NEC / Toshiba), 24 November 2016, e-Competitions November 2016, Art. N° 83576

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