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Wednesday, November 9, 2005

D.C., Brussels,...Beijing?

The Chinese goverment is considering the adoption of merger review requirements similar to those under US and EU law.  According to proposals, any proposed merger that affects 1.5 billion yuan of business in China will need to be approved by the Chinese authorities. 

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Have you been keeping up with the latest developments in China's planned antitrust laws? I would love to see you analyze the newest version. www.ChinaLawBlog.com

Posted by: Dan Harris | Jan 30, 2006 2:25:37 PM

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