Antitrust Law and Practice in China and Hong Kong 2016 by Gu Minkang, published by Wolters & Kluwer.
The enactment of the Anti-Monopoly Law 2008 (AML) in China is an enormous move forward for the country to modernise their antitrust laws as their market economy grows stronger. This book is the first of its kind in the English language to expound the AML in systemic detail whilst also delving into constructive discussion of antitrust law in China and also Hong Kong.
As one of the most thorough guides available on this topic, coverage is included on:
The essence of the AML is extracted and put into context with thought provoking discussion from the author. This book is indispensable for students, teachers and professionals looking for an easily accessible guide to antitrust law in China and also for those simply interested in exploring this area of law through stimulating commentary.
The reform of PRC and Hong Kong Antitrust Law (both took place in recent years) has very significant impacts to the state-owned enterprises. The author will discuss the current competitive situations of various industries in China and the possible influence for the Antitrust Law.
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