The Brazilian House of Representatives publishes a bill reforming competition law with important implications for merger control

COMPETITION LAW REFORM IN BRAZIL: IMPLICATIONS FOR MERGER CONTROL* Brazil’s House of Representatives passed a long-awaited competition bill (the Competition Bill) on 5 October 2011, making significant changes to Brazilian competition law. The Competition Bill has yet to be signed into law by the Brazilian President and will take effect 180 days after signing. Once in force, it will have wide-reaching implications across a number of

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Gregory E. Heltzer, Andrea L. Hamilton, Christian Krohs, Daniel Powers, David Henry, The Brazilian House of Representatives publishes a bill reforming competition law with important implications for merger control, 5 October 2011, e-Competitions October 2011, Art. N° 93326

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