Latin Lawyer- Fernando Carreño- Antitrust regulator fines credit data company for refusal to deal in Mexico

March, 2019

Mexico’s competition authority has fined Dun & Bradstreet 27.4 million pesos (US$1.5 million) for refusal to grant a competitor access to its database, but dropped allegations against another credit bureau due to lack of evidence.

Our Partner Fernando Carreño shared his opinion about these board of commissioners decisions in spite of the position of the investigative arm of the competition authority.

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