China Lays a Solid Foundation for Antitrust: Major Developments in 2021
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China Lays a Solid Foundation for Antitrust: Major Developments in 2021

Fay Zhou and Arthur Peng of Linklaters review major developments in China’s anti-trust regulations that aim to offer clearer guidance and more efficient enforcement actions that can impact on this area of law for the next decade. These developments include stronger deterrence, expanded substantive prohibitions, public interest litigation and a firmer stance against consolidation.

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