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Fair Game - Competition law and the increasing cost of doing business in China

01 October 2014


Although the Chinese Anti-Monopoly Law (AML) has been in force for over six years, competition law

enforcement has only considerably intensified in the past several months. Today, competition law
has become a key issue for companies doing business in China. Adrian Emch from Hogan Lovells,
Beijing, analyses recent developments and says that companies in China need to strengthen their
AML compliance and even be prepared to deal with the possibility of a dawn raid.


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