The Mexican Competition Authority fines 11 companies and 14 individuals for colluding in public tenders for services of laboratory tests and blood banks (Selecciones Médicas / Vitalmex / Centrum / Impromed / Falcón ...)

COFECE fines companies and natural persons for colluding in tenders for services for laboratory tests and blood banks convened by IMSS and ISSSTE* The Board of Commissioners determined that 11 companies and 14 natural persons coordinated their bids or abstained from bidding in several tenders convened by both public health institutions to the detriment of the treasury and affiliates. The conducts generated a damage to the treasury amounting at least one thousand 200 million Mexican Pesos due to the payment of overprices by IMSS and ISSSTE to the sanctioned companies. COFECE fined the involved economic agents a total of 626 million 456 thousand Mexican pesos. The Board of Commissioners of the Mexican Federal Economic Competition Commission (COFECE or Commission) imposed a total fine

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Mexican Competition Authority, The Mexican Competition Authority fines 11 companies and 14 individuals for colluding in public tenders for services of laboratory tests and blood banks (Selecciones Médicas / Vitalmex / Centrum / Impromed / Falcón ...), 10 August 2020, e-Competitions September 2020, Art. N° 96365

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