Comisión Nacional de la Competencia

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Comisión Nacional de la Competencia

Headquarters
Non-ministerial government department overview
Formed 2007
Jurisdiction Spain
Employees 190
Annual budget € 13 million (2013)
Website www.cncompetencia.es

The Comisión Nacional de la Competencia (English: National Competition Commission) is a Spanish competition regulator responsible for enforcing competition law. It was established by virtue of the Spanish Competition Act (Ley de Defensa de la Competencia or LDC, the competition defence act, of 3 July 2007). It was preceded by the Tribunal de Defensa de la Competencia (Competition Defense Tribunal) until 1 September 2007.

Structure[edit]

President

  • Luis Berenguer Fuster (until September 2011)
  • Joaquín García Bernaldo de Quirós (2011- )[1]

Members of the Council

  • Pilar Sánchez Núñez[2]
  • Julio Costas Comesaña[3]
  • Mª Jesús González López[4]
  • Inmaculada Gutiérrez Carrizo[5]
  • Luis Díez Martín[6]

Directors for Investigations

  • Carlos Pascual (until September 2008)
  • Clara Guzmán Zapater (2008-)[7]

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