Officials from the U.S., Canada and Mexico Participate in 2019 Meeting to Discuss Antitrust Enforcement

The heads of the antitrust agencies of the United States, Canada and Mexico met today in Ottawa, Canada, to hold an annual dialogue on antitrust enforcement and policy priorities.

The meeting included Assistant Attorney General Makan Delrahim of the U.S. Department of Justice Antitrust Division, Federal Trade Commission Chairman Joseph J. Simons, Canadian Commissioner of Competition Matthew Boswell and President Alejandra Palacios of the Mexican Federal Economic Competition Commission.

The discussions covered a range of topics including enforcement and collaboration involving digital markets, updates on agency developments, international cooperation and challenges to antitrust enforcement faced by each agency.

“International collaboration is a vital part of the work of the Antitrust Division and it is especially important for us to maintain close relationships with our enforcement partners next door,” said Assistant Attorney General Delrahim. “Our shared tradition of cross-border collaboration helps ensure a competitive marketplace for consumers throughout North America.”

www.justice.gov/opa/pr/officials-us-canada-and-mexico-participate-2019-trilateral-meeting-ottawa-discuss-antitrust

 

 

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