Chinese Antitrust Guidelines on Leniency and Commitments Offer Companies a “Way Out”
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Chinese Antitrust Guidelines on Leniency and Commitments Offer Companies a “Way Out”

Fay Zhou, Vivian Cao and Xi Liao of Linklaters discuss the recently introduced Leniency and Commitments Guidelines by highlighting their differences in application, scope and legal implications, as well as whether companies should adopt the leniency or commitments mechanisms to seek comparatively favorable or less severe outcomes when responding to antitrust investigations

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