Tuesday, September 4, 2007
Posted by D. Daniel Sokol
With the Chinese Anti-Monopoly Law slated for intrduction in 2008, today's BNA Antitrust and Trade Regulation Daily (subscription required) reports that Neelie Kroes is off to China for meetings to discuss competition policy between September 3-5. As BNA reports, the meetings "...will include discussions of the Chinese and European economies as well as 'the role of competition policy in enhancing their competitiveness.'" It further states that meetings will take place with both state actors (the Chinese Ministry of Commerce and the State Administration of Industry and Commerce) and non-state actors (Chinese academics and members of the business community).