The Federal Economic Competition Commission has convened economic actors that affect the mobility of players and the determination of wages.
Mexico City (apro). -The Federal Economic Competition Commission (Cofece) convenes various economic agents because they have the responsibility to implement an absolute monopoly in the market to sign professional football players in the country.
With the above-mentioned provisions, the procedure in the form of trial has begun so that the possible perpetrators can put forward their defense.
According to Cofece, the investigation of Document No. IO-002-2018 has set a precedent for behaviors that restrict the mobility of workers and affect the determination of market wages. If such behavior is discovered, the investigation must be conducted in strict compliance with competition laws.
?? The recruitment and hiring process of human resources is a market that has been investigated by competition agencies in jurisdictions around the world such as Germany, Chile, Spain, the United States, and the United Kingdom. .
Therefore, he added that he is determined to convene the possible perpetrators and initiate the procedural phase in the form of a trial in charge of the technical secretariat of the committee so that they can express their rights and make recommendations. Evidence related to the allegations against him.
After these statements are made, the evidence is relaxed, and the corresponding allegations are made, the plenary meeting of the cafe can make a decision in accordance with the law.
According to the “Federal Economic Competition Act”, absolute monopolistic behavior or collusion is a behavior composed of contracts, agreements or arrangements between competing economic entities, the purpose or result of which is to manipulate prices, restrict or restrict offers or demand, and divide. Market segmentation, tendering and bidding agreements, and information exchange with any of the above-mentioned purposes or effects.
These actions may be sanctioned by fines up to 10% of your income. In addition, natural persons who commit these crimes may face criminal proceedings with sentences ranging from 5 to 10 years in prison.
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