China’s Energetic Enforcement of Anti-Monopoly Law Cases and Lessons

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(Source: Lung Tin)

An array of industries has been coming under the spotlight as China intensifies efforts to bring companies into compliance with a six-year-old anti-monopoly law, which refers to the law itself that implemented as of August 1, 2008, as well as post-law ancillary legislative and legal documents. Recently, US mobile chipmaker Qualcomm Inc. was hit with a record fine of nearly USD 1 billion in a Chinese antitrust probe, escalating tensions in companies to new highs to face increasingly aggressive regulators.

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China’s Energetic Enforcement of Anti-Monopoly Law Cases and Lessons

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