Since 2016, “no-poach” and “wage-fixing” agreements have been addressed by the Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission as possible infractions of the antitrust legislation. In Brazil, the Administrative Council for Economic Defense (Cade) has not yet directly faced trials regarding these types of agreements, but the authority’s General Superintendency already issued a note in which mentions that such practices might be harmful to the labour market.
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