China Anti-Monopoly Law

The People’s Republic of China (PRC) has finally promulgated its long-awaited Anti-Monopoly Law. The new law, which aims to create a framework for market competition, centers upon the regulation of three kinds of monopolistic conduct, i.e., monopolistic agreements, abuse of a dominant position, and market concentrations.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

How are exceptions to the Article 13 and 14 provisions on monopolistic agreements applied?
When is an undertaking presumed to hold a dominant position?
What is the National Security Examination of Foreign Investment?


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