The China Anti-Monopoly Law Becomes Effective (II)

Law360, New York (September 23, 2008, 12:00 AM EDT) -- This guest column summarizes the Anti-Monopoly Law and its accompanying recently issued merger thresholds, discusses the structure and responsibilities of its enforcement agencies, and explains the latest developments regarding antitrust litigation under the AML in the Chinese courts.

II. Structure And Responsibility Of Enforcement Agencies Under AML

Under the two-agency regime created by the AML, the AMEA will be responsible for the actual enforcement of the AML, while the AMC will be in charge of formulation of competition policies and guidelines, coordination of enforcement activities, and...
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