China Restricts Scope Of Antitrust Enforcement

Law360, New York (August 5, 2008, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Chinese regulators have issued regulations on the enforcement of its new antitrust law that will require notification of all mergers that would result in a combined global revenue of over 10 billion yuan ($1.46 billion) when at least two of the entities involved earn revenue in China greater than 400 million yuan ($58 million).

Any deal in which two companies combine for more than 2 billion yuan ($290 million) revenue in China and each has Chinese revenues of over 400 million yuan would also require notification,...
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