Hao Qian

China University of Political Science and Law (Beijing)
Associate Professor

Hao Qian is an Associate Professor at China University of Political Science and Law in Beijing. Her research interests include competition law, administrative law and comparative law. During August 2007-November 2009, Hao Qian was dispatched to China’s Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM), first to the Anti-Monopoly Investigation Office and then to the newly established Anti-Monopoly Bureau. In her work with MOFCOM she participated in pre-notification consultations, reviewed merger notifications and conducted certain research that relates to drafting implementing rules of the Anti-Monopoly Law. Professor Hao has a bachelor’s degree from Yantai University, an L.L.M. from Beijing University, and a J.S.D from Yale Law School.



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Hao Qian The Chinese NDRC imposes record fines on six major infant formula makers for vertical price-fixing practices (Biostime, Mead Johnson, Dumex, Abbott, FrieslandCampina, Fonterra)


I. Facts and Background On August 7, 2013, China’s top enforcer in charge of curbing price monopolies, the National Development and Reform Commission (“NDRC”) announced its decision to levy fines in the total amount of CNY 668.73 million (about USD 108.34 million) on six infant formula producers (...)

Hao Qian The Chinese Competition Authorities impose fines on insurance association and member companies for price monopoly (Loudi Insurance Association, Renbao, Ping’an, Tian’an, Taipingyang, Zhonghua Lianhe, Dubang)


This article has been nominated for the 2014 Antitrust Writing Awards. Click here to learn more about the Antitrust Writing Awards. I. Introduction On December 28, 2012, the Price Bureau of Hunan Province in China announced its decision to levy a fine totaling ¥2.19 million on an insurance (...)

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