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3). There are significant differences between the laws in terms of the areas that each addresses and of the responsibilities and functions assigned to competition authorities. The Panamanian law and the Nicaraguan draft, for example, list numerous tasks in addition to the defence of competition. 17 Under the Nicaraguan bill, the competition authority must deal with market competition, consumer protection, intellectual property, simplifying filing and application processes and unfair competition (in the sense of misleading or deceiving consumers).
Some countries even depend on imported wheat for domestic flour milling. In El Salvador the milling industry is duopolistic: Molinos de El Salvador (MOLSA) and Harinas de El Salvador (HARISA) control the three phases discussed. In Nicaragua there are only three flour millers, and they maintain very close ties to the two flour importers Proharina and Fhacasa. In Panama, the problem of the millers became one of the first cases to be investigated and prosecuted by the competition authority (CLICAC) in the mid-1990s.
4). 4). Although the small size of most of the countries considered in this study makes it difficult, at present, to demand professional preparation and experience in the field of economic competition, the laws require that the commissions include people with a background in economics together with professional lawyers. This is true of the recently approved Salvadoran law and the proposal under study in Guatemala. The case of Mexico is, without a doubt, the most advanced in this field, requiring 19 The new agency has two departments: the National Department on Free Competition and the National Consumer Protection Department.