28-29 September 2023 Quito, Ecuador
The Latin American and Caribbean Competition Forum brings together high-level competition officials each year to promote dialogue, consensus building and networking among policy makers and enforcers in the region. The 2023 Forum, hosted by the Superintendencia de Competencia Económica de Ecuador, will tackle poverty, competition in sports and will peer review Dominican Republic's competition regime.
The Inter-American Development Bank and the OECD have collaborated on a series of reviews of competition law and policy regimes in Latin America since 2003.
Most of these reviews were performed during the meetings of the forum which are held every year in a different country in Latin America and the Caribbean.
See all reviews and ongoing projects on this page.
Participation in Forum events is by invitation only and is open to senior officials of Latin American and Caribbean competition institutions, competition experts from OECD countries and international organisations. The next Forum will be held in Ecuador. Registrations for the 2023 Forum have not yet been sent.
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The 2022 edition of the LACCF took place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and was hosted by the Administrative Council for Economic Defense (CADE) on 27-28 September 2022. Debates focused on Strenghtening incentives in leniency agreements, Market definition in the oil and gas sector and Media mergers.
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OECD Competition Division
LACCF Project Co-ordinator
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