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2020 Draft Amendments to China’s Anti-Monopoly Law - 10 Key Changes
2020, Commentary Article on the Proposed Amendments to China's Anti-Monopoly Law
"More than two years after talks of plans to revise China’s Anti-Monopoly Law ('AML'), the draft amendments to the AML ('Proposed Amendments') were finally released on 2 January 2020 for public consultation. This round of public consultation follows a review process over the past few years that involved feedback from local regulators and academics, amongst others. The National People’s Congress for 2018 identified AML reforms as a legislative priority, and we expect these Proposed Amendments to ...
Authors: Mr Michael Han, Partner at Fangda Partners, and others
A Practical Review of the Draft Amendment to the Anti-Monopoly Law of China:Highlighting Six Areas with Eighteen Changes
2020, Commentary Articles on the Proposed Amendments to China's Anti-Monopoly Law
"On 2 January 2020, the State Administration for Market Regulation of China ('SAMR') released a draft of the proposed amendment to the Anti-Monopoly Law of China ('Draft Amendment') to solicit public comments from different sectors of society. It indicates that after twelve years, at the beginning of the 2020s, the Anti-Monopoly Law of China ('AML') is envisioning an overhaul.

Enacted on 30 August 2007 and implemented on 1 August 2008, the enforcement of the AML in its current form ha ...
Authors: Mr Jet Deng, Partner at Dentons; Mr Ken Dai, Partner at Dentons
Potential Impacts of the Proposed Anti-Monopoly Law
2020, Wolters Kluwer
"Since the enforcement of the Anti-Monopoly Law of the People's Republic of China ('AML') in 2008, there are many related administrative law enforcement and judicial cases occurred. From 2016 to 2018, according to public information statistics, China's AML enforcement agencies investigated and handled 334 monopoly cases, including 287 cases of horizontal monopoly agreements, 12 cases of vertical monopoly agreements, and 35 cases of abuse of dominant market positions. There were 1,207 cases ...
Authors: Ms Susan Ning, Partner at King & Wood Mallesons, and others
A History of Competition: The Impact of Antitrust on Hong Kong's Telecommunications Markets
2019, 29 Fordham Intell. Prop. Media & Ent. L.J. 931 (2019)
"Hong Kong has only had cross-sector competition law since 2015, but the city’s telecommunications markets have been subject to sector-specific antitrust provisions for over two decades. The importance of nurturing an efficient, innovative, and competitive telecoms industry for Hong Kong’s economic prosperity was acknowledged already at the time the sector was liberalized in the 1990s. Yet until the late 2000s, the government vehemently opposed the adoption of competition law in virtually all ...
Brunei Darussalam: Progress of Competition Law Implementation
2019, Competition Enforcers & Academics Summit, 1 - 2 August 2019
Authors: Ms NIK HAFIMI binti Abdul Haadii, Competition Commission of Brunei Darussalam
Cooperation and Collaboration Between KPPU and Academic Institution in Enforcing Competition Policy & Law
2019, Competition Enforcers & Academics Summit, 1 - 2 August 2019
Authors: Mr Kodrat WIBOWO
Digital Economy: Addressing Novel Anticompetitive Conduct & Conducting Advocacy Work
2019, Competition Enforcers & Academics Summit, 1 - 2 August 2019
Authors: Ms NG Ee Kia, Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore
Fair Competition Review System in China (公平竞争审查的制度推进)
2019, Competition Enforcers & Academics Summit, 1 - 2 August 2019
Prof Ye gives an overview of the Fair Competition Review System (FCRS) and its implementation in China. Starting from analyzing the necessity of introducing FCRS, Prof Ye comments that it is important for China to strengthen a unified national market and supplement the rule on combating abusing of administrative power stipulated in the Anti-Monopoly Law. Prof Ye briefly talks about the Detailed Implementation Rules, the Third-Party Review Guidelines and some typical contraventions identified whe ...
Authors: Prof YE Weiping
Hong Kong Competition Commission/ Hong Kong Lingnan University Experience Sharing
2019, Competition Enforcers & Academics Summit, 1 - 2 August 2019
Authors: Prof LIN Ping, Lingnan University; Mr Rasul BUTT, Hong Kong Competition Commission
Interaction and Cooperation Between Academia and Competition Enforcement Agencies in China – Taking Research Center of Competition Law and Policy of Shanghai Jiaotong University as an Example (中国内地学术机构与竞争执法机构的合作与互动 ─ 以上海交通大学竞争法律与政策研究中心为例)
2019, Competition Enforcers & Academics Summit, 1 - 2 August 2019
In his capacity as Director of the Research Center of Competition Law and Policy of Shanghai Jiaotong University, Prof Wang speaks about the collaboration and cooperation between the Center and competition enforcement agencies in China. In a wide arrange of areas, including law review, drafting of guidelines and regulations, legal analysis for enforcement cases and research, the Center has worked closely with the national and local enforcement authorities since its establishment in 2010. Prof Wa ...