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Understanding China's anti-monopoly law

Clifford Chance lawyers explain the implications of the new anti-monopoly law in China.
With everyone focusing on the Olympics, some people may have missed that China put into effect its anti-monopoly law on August 1. FinanceAsia talks to Martyn Huckerby, senior associate from Clifford Chance's Asian competition team based in Shanghai, and Jiajia Gao, an associate in Beijing with the same team.


The law is in, the rules are out, and we know who's in charge of enforcing it all. Any surprises now that it is public

The rules reflect the latest draft so no surprises there. However, the implementation rules are much shorter than the draft published in March and leave much more discretion to the Ministry of Commerce to provide guidelines. We expected the rules...
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