Hong Kong Poised To Unveil Competition Bill

Law360, New York (June 18, 2010, 5:25 PM EDT) -- The Hong Kong government plans to present its long-expected competition bill to legislators within the next six weeks to establish an antitrust enforcement agency in the financial mecca.

Gregory So, undersecretary of Hong Kong's Commerce and Economic Development Bureau, confirmed the government's plans to send its proposal to the Legislative Council before its current session ends in July during a speech Thursday at the Second Asian Competition Policy Workshop at Lingnan University, according to Mayer Brown JSM senior associate Gerry O'Brien.

So's remarks addressed worries that...
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