Hong Kong Ponders Nation's First Competition Law

Law360 (May 9, 2008, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Hong Kong, long the bastion of free markets and liberalization, is planning on introducing competition legislation for the first time and establishing a new trust-busting enforcement agency.

On Tuesday, the special administrative region launched a second public consultation on a comprehensive, cross-sector law that would foster competition and break up monopolies and duopolies within the area.

Hong Kong is known for having the most liberalized market in the world, claiming the top spot in the Wall Street Journal and Heritage Foundation's annual Index of Economic Freedom...
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