Economics And Private Antitrust Litigation In China
Guofu Tan and
CPI Journal, 2013, vol. 9
Dennis Lu and Guofu Tan look at the evolution of private antitrust litigation in China, describing both the legal standards and the economic evidence that courts seem to require based on three private action cases taken under the law. An interesting conclusion of theirs is that while plaintiffs do not seem to rely on economics, courts seem perfectly capable of understanding these concepts.
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