Cartel Members Can't Write Off China In Wake Of LCD Case

Law360, New York (January 10, 2013, 7:22 PM EST) -- China's recent decision to take on its first international cartel with a $56 million fine against some of the world's largest electronics makers proves that multinational companies can no longer afford to ignore the country when it comes to seeking leniency for price-fixing schemes, attorneys say.

Though China's National Development and Reform Commission has pursued some domestic price-fixers in the past, the agency's Jan. 4 announcement that it was sanctioning LG Corp., Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. and four Taiwanese companies for fixing liquid crystal display panel...
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