The US DoJ joins with the Latin American Competition Authorities to launch parallel investigations and enforcement actions involving alleged anticompetitive restrictions on digital products and in-app purchases, digital advertising, self-preferencing, and various exclusivity arrangements

Latin America has emerged as a major growth market for the tech sector and digital markets, particularly in the tech hotbeds of Brazil, Chile, Colombia, and Mexico. [1] While digital markets have been in the crosshairs of the US Department of Justice (DOJ) for quite some time, Latin American enforcers also are paying close attention. In a September 2022 meeting of global antitrust enforcers, including the President of the Brazilian Administrative Council for Economic Defense (CADE) and then Acting Chair of the Mexican Federal Economic Competition Commission (COFECE), Assistant Attorney General (AAG) Jonathan Kanter of the DOJ's Antitrust Division focused on the importance of antitrust enforcement in digital markets. Analogizing how "the age of machinery" brought about

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