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China Anti-Monopoly Law Update: 2015 Review and 2016 Forecast

22 February 2016

In retrospect, 2015 will possibly be viewed as a year of transition for Chinese antitrust law. On the one hand, there appears to have been a change in pace in the enforcement of the Anti-Monopoly Law (“AML”). On the other hand, certain antitrust developments in 2015 reflect continuity with prior enforcement trends and policies.

This article discuss the major anti-monopoly law developments in China in 2015 and a prediction of how the landscape might shift in 2016.

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The article was published by Hong Kong Lawyer in February 2016.

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