Fair competition review system competition advocacy and State aid rules through the back door

The "fair competition review system" forms part of China's broader efforts to tackle so-called "administrative monopolies," a term used for various forms of government action or inaction leading to anti-competitive results. Abuse of administrative power with anti-competitive effects – the more technical term for "administrative monopolies" – is prohibited under the Anti-Monopoly Law ("AML"). This law also prohibits a number of specific manifestations of abusive government conduct.

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