Chinese Antitrust Watchdog Sheds Light On Past, Not Future

Law360, New York (August 1, 2013, 6:11 PM EDT) -- A bid by one of China's antitrust enforcers Monday to improve transparency by publishing its decisions to date is a step in the right direction, attorneys say, but the move offers little insight into how the watchdog will rule in major cases involving international companies, including its probe of packaging giant Tetra Pak International SA.

The move makes China's State Administration for Industry and Commerce — the agency in charge of policing abuse of dominance and other nonprice-related anti-competitive conduct — the second of the country's...
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