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The Antimonopoly Law in China: Where Do We Stand?

Xinzhu Zhang and Vanessa Zhang ()

CPI Journal, 2007, vol. 3

Abstract: The recent development of China’s Antimonopoly Law has caught the attention of governments, academia, and businesses. Although China has laws that address anticompetitive conduct and institutions to enforce them, they are disparate and do not constitute a comprehensive competition regime.

Date: 2007
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