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February 2, 2012
An Analysis of China's Merger Control System
Posted by D. Daniel Sokol
Cui Shufeng (Ministry of Commerce) & Rong Hongzhi (Decheng District People’s Gov't) provide An Analysis of China's Merger Control System.
ABSTRACT: In the three plus years since the Anti-Monopoly Law ("AML") entered into force on August 1, 2008, China has started to enforce the antitrust review for concentrations between business operators (often called "merger control" abroad). Within this period, the sets of rules applicable to the antitrust merger review have been continually refined and the enforcement work has gained in depth. The international impact of China's law enforcement activities has also steadily increased.
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