The Mozambican Parliament’s recently adopted competition act is not yet implemented despite the expiry of the prescribed time limit

Almost nine months later… and still no signs of the Mozambique Competition Authority* On April 11, 2013, the Mozambique Competition Act was passed. We wrote a piece on the potential advent of competition law in Mozambique here, brusquely entitled: Antitrust in Mozambique? …could have stayed in COMESA. The law constitutes an important milestone for the country’s economy since it establishes an independent competition regulatory authority (‘CRA’), is applicable to most economic activities, and introduces a legal framework for competition in Mozambique. The Mozambique Competition Act addresses anti-competitive practices and merger control. This act came into force on July 10 and should have been implemented by October 8, 2013. It ‘should have’ but its thorough implementation,

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Sofia Ranchordás, The Mozambican Parliament’s recently adopted competition act is not yet implemented despite the expiry of the prescribed time limit, 8 October 2013, e-Competitions Bulletin October 2013, Art. N° 61612

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