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Monday, June 19, 2017

Brent Snyder to Hong Kong and note to everyone else - Hong Kong is awesome

I am in Hong Kong today for the second of two talks at Hong Kong University.  The sophisticated and significant antitrust practitioner and academic community based here is abuzz with excitement as the highly capable Brent Snyder leaves DOJ Antitrust for the Hong Kong Competition Commission.  Hong Kong is one of the most amazing cities in the world.  It has amazing food, culture, strong academic institutions (particularly HKU and HKUST) and a diverse population from around the world.  This is a city that should be the hub of regional antitrust.  I have every belief that Brent will do incredibly well. 

 

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I first went to Hong Kong in 1969. Truly an amazing city that got where it us without a competition law.

Posted by: Ian McEwin | Jun 19, 2017 11:00:39 PM

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