Assessing Unfair Pricing Under Chinaâ€™s Anti-Monopoly Law for Innovation-Intensive Industries
Vanessa Yanhua Zhang,
Xinzhu Zhang and
David Evans ()
CPI Journal, 2014, vol. 10
China, like a number of other antitrust jurisdictions, has a law concerning unfair pricing. This article develops an economic framework for applying the unfair pricing law in China. The framework draws on the experience of courts and competition authorities in other jurisdictions and the writings of various commentators, particularly economists, on unfair pricing in those jurisdictions.
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