Meng Yanbei

Renmin University of China
Associate Professor

Meng Yanbei,Ph.D of law, Associate Professor, Law School of Renmin University of China, Visiting Researcher of Law Center of Georgetown University, Vice-Director of Economic Law Research Center of Renmin University, Member of China Economic Law Research Association, Member of Energy Law Research Association of China Law Society, Executive member of Beijing Tourism Law Research Association, Member of Beijing Economic Law Research Association. Ms. Meng has taught and researched competition law for 18 years, published almost 50 papers, such as “Research on Issues about the Applicable Scope of China’s Anti-Monopoly Law in Monopolistic Industries”; “Research on Issues of Refusals to Deal in Tying Arrangements-From the study of the Kodak (1992) Case”; “Study on Simultaneous Increase in Price”; “Research on Limitation of Contract Freedom from Antitrust Law” etc. independently or jointly published almost 40 books or textbooks, such as “Anti-monopoly Law”; “Typical Cases of Competition Law”, “Competition Law”, “Research on Energy Legal System of China”, etc. was in charge of or took part in almost 20 research projects in China, such as “Research on Issues of Antitrust Enforcement in Monopolistic Industries”; “Research on Legal Issues of Monopolistic Industry Reform-From the Oil & Gas Industry”, “Research on Issues of Joint Venture in Anti-monopoly Checking of M&A”, etc.


Associate Professor


1282 Bulletin

Meng Yanbei A Chinese Higher People’s Court rejects plaintiff’s claim alleging that a vehicle manufacturer and a vehicle repair service shop abused their dominant market position by requiring high profits and refusing to deal (Liu Dahua v. Dongfeng Nissan Passenger Vehicle Company)


I. Introduction of Liu Dahua v. Dongfeng Nissan Passenger Vehicle Company, etc. Anti-monopoly Case “OEM parts” refer to the parts which are produced by OEM part suppliers for the vehicle manufacturer and printed with the vehicle manufacturer logo. In China’s market, OEM parts are usually supplied (...)

Meng Yanbei The Chinese High People’s Court of Guangdong issues a judgment on the definition of relevant market in an alleged abuse of dominance case in the IT sector (Qihoo / Tencent)


I. Introduction 1. Beijing Qihoo Technology Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to “Qihoo”) is the copyright owner and operator of 360 safe software. Tencent Technology (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd., and Shenzhen Tencent Computer System Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to “Tencent”) are respectively the (...)

Meng Yanbei The Shenzhen Intermediate Court decides that a telecom company abused its patent rights by requiring to pay excessive royalties for essential patents for mobile telephone technology (Huawei / America IDC)


I. The background of Huawei vs. America IDC anti-monopoly case for abuse of essential patents in standard In this case, the plaintiff, Huawei Technology Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to “Huawei”) mainly provides products and services to the communication operators, professional network owners, (...)

Meng Yanbei The China’s Bureau of Price Supervision and Anti-monopoly of NDRC initiates antitrust investigation case against telecom operators on the basis of Art 17, 18 & 19 AML (China Telecom and China Unicom)


I. Introduction 1. On November 9, 2011, “News 30min” of China Central Television(CCTV) disclosed Bureau of Price Supervision and Anti-monopoly of National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) initiated an antitrust case against China Telecom and China Unicom, to investigate whether these two (...)


Price 215€00 Wang Xiaoye Liber Amicorum

Without Professor Xiaoye Wang, Chinese competition law would not be in the shape it is today. Perhaps the key competition statute – the Anti-Monopoly Law (AML) – would not even have been enacted (...)

Date 20 November 2019
Author(s): Adrian Emch, Wendy Ng (Editors)
Price 215€00
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