What To Expect From China’s Anti-Monopoly Law This Year
Rebecca Yin China’s Anti-Monopoly Law (AML) has been enforced for more than eight years. With the accumulation of experiences and the growth of competition advocacy, now China is growing into a mature competition jurisdiction. The AML’s fast development raises challenges for enforcers, lawyers and business operators whose businesses are of China nexuses. This article is for persons who are interested in China’s AML, and provides a look back at year 2016 and an outlook for year 2017.
A Look Back at 2016
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