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Is Hong Kong's proposed competition law a good idea?

Lovell's lawyer Kirstie Nicholson gives her views on the proposed introduction of a competition law in Hong Kong.
Hong KongÆs government said in early May it would introduce legislation to set up a competition law. Hong Kong is one of the few major economies that does not have such a law û but for years it resisted setting one up, saying that the economy was too small to warrant one. But after much criticism for allowing sectors such as electricity, property and supermarkets to be dominated by a handful of tycoons, it looks like the government is willing to discuss the subject. We asked competition law specialist Kirstie Nicholson of Lovells Shanghai office to discuss the proposal.

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