Mexico investigates digital goods monopoly

Bisola David
Bisola David
Mexico investigates digital goods monopoly

Alex Omenye

Mexico’s antitrust watchdog has begun an inquiry into potential monopolistic practices in the market for the sale and development of digital goods and services, as well as related services.

The government announced this in its official gazette on Monday.

The Federal Economic Competition Commission said that an investigation had been launched to determine whether the in question practises violated federal competition legislation.

As is common during investigations, it made no mention of any entity in relation to the file, referred to as DE-023-2022.

According to COFECE, the procedure should not be interpreted as an acceptance of liability on the part of any market participant.

It stated that the probe would run no more than 120 days and would begin at least 30 working days after the announcement. The directorate general of market investigations has been given the case.

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