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Section Newsletter Articles on China's Antimonopoly Law

China’s recent regulations on price-related monopolistic conduct By Ying Deng Antitrust and Unfair Competition Law, February 2011 Firms doing business in China should be cautious that agreements executed outside of China may still be subject to the Antimonopoly Law of the People's Republic of China, provided that the activities could have some effect on the Chinese market.
Recent developments in merger enforcement and policy under China’s new anti-monopoly law By Michael Jacobs Antitrust and Unfair Competition Law, June 2009 Over the past several months,four important developments have shed some light on the short-term future of merger analysis in China.
China’s Antimonopoly Law: The first 100 days By Ying Deng Antitrust and Unfair Competition Law, January 2009 An overview of the six civil cases filed in China's People's Courts and China’s planning for antitrust civil litigation. A short background section provides some of the history of AML and its basic functions.
No need to panic about China’s new anti-monopoly law By Lei Hong International and Immigration Law, January 2008 China passed its first anti-monopoly law on August 30, 2007. The law goes into effect on August 1, 2008.