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About the database

Welcome to the OECD Competition Enforcement Co-operation (CEC) Database. This database was designed to help improve transparency and trust in international enforcement co-operation between competition authorities by sharing data provided by over 60 jurisdictions worldwide.

The database gives consistent information regarding the ability of competition authorities to co-operate on enforcement matters, and provide counterpart authorities with easy-to-access information about their co-operation practices, processes and preferences.

5 sets of data are included:

  1. Jurisdiction and authority general information
  2. Contacts in charge of international enforcement co-operation
  3. Practices in terms of international enforcement co-operation
  4. Legal Bases for international enforcement co-operation
  5. Availability of co-operation instruments

Navigating the database

Data is obtained through the creation of a table after the required information is filtered by:
  • Jurisdictions
  • Questions

The 5 sets of data above mentioned can be ticked in the field “Questions” which correspond to the online survey serving as a base to the collection of the data. The OECD Members appear first, followed by non-OECD Member countries.


This Database is part of a workstream on international enforcement co-operation developed by the OECD Competition Committee through its Working Party 3 on Co-operation and Enforcement (2021 OECD/ICN Report and Report to Council on the Implementation of the 2014 Recommendation.

The CEC Database is meant to be updated annually and it is open to all competition agencies worldwide regardless if they are OECD Members or not. The current version dates from August 2022 and was built based on a template survey circulated online to all OECD and ICN jurisdictions (access a pdf copy of survey here for information).

If your authority wishes to participate in the next update, please contact


The information is shown as provided by the contributing competition authorities. They were free to decide on the amount of information they wanted to submit and make publicly accessible. The accuracy of the information is within the sole responsibility of the contributing authorities.

Information contained in this database does not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the OECD Secretariat or its Members concerning the legal status of any country or of its authorities. Its content, as well as any data and any maps displayed are without prejudice to the status of or sovereignty over any territory, to the delimitation of international frontiers and boundaries and to the name of any territory, city or area.

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