COFECE's Investigative Authority preliminarily determines the lack of effective competition in the rail transport of chemical and petrochemical products in the south of the state of Veracruz*The Investigative Authority's Preliminary Opinion stipulates that lack of competition affects the rail transport of chlorine, ethylene oxide, anhydrous ammonia and caustic soda, which are relevant inputs for several industries in the country.Grupo México, and its subsidiaries Ferrosur and Ferromex, as well as Kansas City Southern de México, have sufficient market power to fix prices of public rail transport services of these chemical and petrochemical products on the routes investigated, without the users being able to
The Mexican Competition Authority investigates the rail transport of chemical and petrochemical products and determines that there is a lack of effective competition (Veracruz)
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