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Essential Facilities Doctrine: Applicability in Certain Regulated Industries in Venezuela

February 2009

Competition Law International
Oil and gas, electric utilities and telecommunications are highly regulated industries in Latin America, and in some countries such as Venezuela the economic policies tend to control and reserve these industries to the State, instead of following the current trend of privatisation and deregulation. It is not a coincidence that all these industries are capital intensive and critical for the economic development and social welfare of the State.


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