New Alliance with Lalibrecompetencia.com

Editorial Team, DWA

We are happy to announce to you that we have formed an alliance with Lalibrecompetencia.com, a blog that focuses on competition policy in Latin America. The cooperation will consist in mutually re-blogging the posts from each blog that are of common interest. The reason behind the alliance is to expand the coverage of both blogs. In our case, keeping you up to date regarding issues of interest in the developing world is quiet a big task for only us to undertake and, therefore, we greatly appreciate the help from our friends at Lalibrecompetencia.com

Lalibrecompetencia is an initiative founded by Juan David Gutiérrez, who is currently a PhD candidate at the Blavatnik School of Government in the University of Oxford and has taught Competition Law in the Universidad Javeriana of Colombia. The editing team is composed by Juan David and two other practitioners with vast experience in the field: Natalia Barrera and Victor Pavón-Villamayor. The blog has affiliated authors from 11 different countries. For more details about the editorial team and authors you can click here

We encourage our readers to follow Lalibrecompetencia.com blog (which also includes posts in English for our non-Spanish speakers). You can follow them on Twitter and Linkedin. For our Spanish speaking audience, their last post is on one of El Salvador’s landmark cases in which the competition authority enjoined the merger between two of the biggest telecommunications companies in the country (Claro and Digicel).

We are working on other potential alliances and we hope to have some news for you soon.

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