Chinese Antitrust Institutionsâ€”Many Cooks in the Kitchen
CPI Journal, 2014, vol. 10
China's MOFCOM, NDRC, and SAIC all obtained powers to enforce the AML in a limited way. An antitrust regime with three authorities is complicated, as is the particular jurisdictional carve-up. This paper examines what issues arise with this three-headed authority structure, and how they can be addressed.
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