New Probes Show China Means Business On Antitrust

Law360, New York (July 17, 2013, 8:08 PM ET) -- The recent revelations that Chinese antitrust enforcers are investigating several U.S. and European companies should serve as a warning that the country's competition regime has expanded well beyond merger review, making this a good time for companies doing business in China to make sure they're taking antitrust compliance seriously, attorneys say.

Although China has had an antitrust law in place for five years, much of the country's early enforcement efforts focused on merger control and investigations into local cartels. But China’s National Development and Reform Commission...
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