The Dragon awakes- Is Chinese competition policy a cause for concern?
Mario Mariniello ()
Policy Contributions from Bruegel
Blog post 'China’s catching up on competition policy enforcement'China’s Anti-Monopoly Law, adopted in 2007, is largely compatible with antitrust law in the European Union, the United States and other jurisdictions. Enforcement activity by the Chinese authorities is also approaching the level seen in the EU. The Chinese law, however, leaves significant room for the use of competition policy to further industrial policy objectives.The data presented in this Policy Contribution indicates...
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