So far, so good

          So far, so good The performance of Brazil’s antitrust agency CADE in the first three months under the country’s new law proves they were ready, the new chiefs of the agency tell Clare Bolton Brazilian…

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Brazil closes first 4G bid

          Wednesday, 13th June 2012  by Joe Rowley Brazil closes first 4G bid Anatel closed its first ever auction of broadcast licences for fourth generation (4G) broadband in Brazil yesterday, in what is being described as…

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Emerging from the shadows

  Emerging from the shadows BRAZIL BLOG: Anatel is widely seen as one of the least transparent of the Brazilian regulators, although there are some small signs that this is beginning to change. Clare Bolton reports   Protests against the…

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BPGM hires enforcer in Brazil

BPGM hires enforcer in Brazil Thursday, 8 October 2009 by Rachel Bull Brasil Pereira Neto Galdino Macedo Advogados has hired Paulo Casagrande to bolster its competition practice in São Paulo. Casagrande, 30, joined from Brazil’s Secretariat of Economic Law of…

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CADE overturns VisaNet ruling

CADE overturns VisaNet ruling Friday, 18 September 2009 by David Thorley Brazil’s antitrust tribunal CADE has overturned an injunction made by the country’s consumer protection agency, the SDE, against credit card payment processor VisaNet. Yesterday, CADE ordered that the exclusivity…

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