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Small and developing competition agencies – CHILE FNE – December 2017 OECD discussion


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This presentation by Chile FNE was made during Break-out Session 2: Enforcement in the framework of the discussion on “Overcoming adversity and attaining success: Small and developing competition agencies” held at the 16th meeting of the OECD Global Forum on Competition on 8 December 2017. More papers and presentations on the topic can be found out at

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Small and developing competition agencies – CHILE FNE – December 2017 OECD discussion

  1. 1. Cooperating with criminal prosecutors: Challenges and Opportunities Particular challenges in developing countries and young agencies Felipe Irarrázabal Ph. FISCALÍA NACIONAL ECONÓMICA CHILE Paris, Friday, December 8, 2017
  2. 2. Institutional Design 2| FISCALÍA NACIONAL ECONÓMICA Antitrust Criminal
  3. 3. Our friendship … 3| FISCALÍA NACIONAL ECONÓMICA Retail Pharmacy Case Tissue Paper Case New Law
  4. 4. The New Law: substance 4| FISCALÍA NACIONAL ECONÓMICA Economic sanction Criminal sanction
  5. 5. The New Law: procedure 5| FISCALÍA NACIONAL ECONÓMICA Wait for the Antitrust Court Award Antitrust Prosecutor Criminal Claim
  6. 6. Other issues 6| FISCALÍA NACIONAL ECONÓMICA Leniency Confidential information
  7. 7. Facing the challenge: Guidelines 7| FISCALÍA NACIONAL ECONÓMICA Releasing a guideline to advance the set of criteria for bringing criminal action Help from external criminal attorneys and administrative attorneys Draft for public comments
  8. 8. Facing the challenge: Guidelines 8| FISCALÍA NACIONAL ECONÓMICA • Massive and first necessity • Period of time • Territory • Significant economic effects Duty to bring an action • Market • Conducts of individuals • Chances to succeed • Fulfilling antitrust statute Right to bring a criminal action
  9. 9. Contact details  Thank you!