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Friday, November 17, 2006

Sources on antimonopoly law in China

[This is a re-posting of a previous post; important new material has been added at the end.]

Thanks to Adam Bobrow for this recent post to the Chinalaw list:

Anyone interested in the drafting process, changes over time, recommendations provided, and comparisons with much of the competition law in more mature jursidictions should review the submissions of the American Bar Association, through several of its Sections including International, Antitrust, and Intellectual Property, to the Chinese government on the draft law.  The comments and annotated translations of the law from both a 2003 draft and a 2005 draft can be found on the ABA's website:

To this list I can add the following:

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This is the first time for me to study the legal knowlege in this website. The focus on Chinese anti-monopoly law will be a great help for Chinese specialist and officials. The suceesful exeperience is so important that put China to be a society ruled by law. If more reaserch on Chinese economic and political situation and more focuses on the enforcement of anti-monopoly law can be indicated, it will be much better in the comment

Posted by: tim liu | Nov 26, 2006 4:15:00 PM

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