Competition Law in China 2014 by Owen Nee, published by Sweet & Maxwell.
Latest and wide-ranging updates on governing laws and regulations, legal and practical issues and more
- Key new features include the enforcement of pricing law, SAIC Anti-monopoly Law enactments, and new cases concerning he abuse of dominant positions or with reference to MOFCOM’s schedule
- Updated or new discussions of legal and practical issues include difficulties in determining the relevant market in China and abuse of administrative power
Strong focus on applicable laws and regulations and major legal issues
- Predecessor Anti-monopoly laws are explained in detail, the current Anti-monopoly Law analyzed in practice, regulations discussed with reference to decisions, and major legal issues and imposable liabilities included
- The high-level of specificity of areas covered helps stakeholders of bodies corporate become aware of the do’s and don’ts with respect to competition, and makes this title a fundamental guide for practitioners