Yuan Cheng

Linklaters (Beijing)
Lawyer (Counsel)

Dr Yuan Cheng is a counsel based at Linklaters LLP Beijing office, specialising in business law of the People’s Republic of China, with particular emphasis on the law and practice relating to anti-trust/competition, foreign direct investment and mergers and acquisitions in the PRC. He has advised major financial institutions and leading corporates on some 18 anti-trust filings in the PRC. Before joining Linklaters in 1997, he was a lecturer in Morden Chinese Law at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.

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Kastell (Stockholm)
Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton (Washington)
Linklaters (Shanghai)
Euclid Law (London)
Linklaters (Brussels)
Linklaters (New York)
Linklaters (Hong Kong)
Linklaters (Shanghai)

Articles

2586 Bulletin

Jonas Koponen, Robert Gavin, Simon Poh, Yuan Cheng The Chinese MOFCOM approves, subject to equity divestiture, a proposed acquisition in the electronic yarn clearers for automatic winders (Penelope / Savio Macchine Tessili)

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On 31 October 2011, the Ministry of Commerce of the People’s Republic of China (“MOFCOM”) announced its eighth conditional clearance decision, approving the acquisition of Savio by Penelope subject to an equity divestiture. This is the third decision since the introduction of the AML to require (...)

Jonas Koponen, Robert Gavin, Simon Poh, Thomas A. McGrath, Yuan Cheng The Chinese MOFCOM issues new interim provisions on the assessment of anticompetitive effects of mergers

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On 2 September 2011, the PRC Ministry of Commerce (the “MOFCOM”) published on its website the Interim Provisions on Assessment of Competitive Impact of Concentrations of Business Operators (the “Interim Provisions”), which came into effect on 5 September 2011. The Interim Provisions elaborate on (...)

Jonas Koponen, Robert Gavin, Simon Poh, Yuan Cheng The Chinese MOFCOM conditionally approves merger between two Russian undertakings in the Chinese potash industry (Uralkali / Silvinit)

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On 2 June 2011, under two months into Phase 2, the Ministry of Commerce of the People’s Republic of China (“MOFCOM”) publicly announced its decision approving the merger of Uralkali with Silvinit, leading to the creation of the world’s second largest potassium chloride supplier, subject to several (...)

Jonas Koponen, Robert Gavin, Simon Poh, Yuan Cheng The Chinese State Administration for Industry and Commerce (SAIC) publishes details of decision issued by the local Administration for Industry and Commerce (AIC) in concrete market-sharing cartel (Concrete Committee cartel)

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The State Administration for Industry and Commerce (“SAIC”) recently published on its website details of a case brought by the Administration for Industry & Commerce (“AIC”) of Jiangsu Province against a local construction materials and machinery association and its respective members for (...)

Jonas Koponen, Robert Gavin, Simon Poh, Thomas A. McGrath, Yuan Cheng The Chinese State Administration for Industry and Commerce (SAIC) issues three substantive regulations on enforcement of the Anti- Monopoly Law

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On 7 January 2011, the State Administration for Industry and Commerce (“SAIC”) published three substantive Regulations on enforcement of the Anti- Monopoly Law (“AML”), regarding Monopolistic Agreements, Abuse of Dominance and Abuse of Administrative Powers. In May 2009 and May 2010, SAIC twice (...)

Jonas Koponen, Robert Gavin, Simon Poh, Thomas A. McGrath, Yuan Cheng The Chinese National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) sanctions paper manufacturer association for price-fixing and output restriction cartel (Fuyang Paper Manufacture Industry Association)

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In a statement on 4 January 2011, the PRC National Development and Reform Commission (the ”NDRC”), the department in charge of price administration, announced that it has fined the Paper Manufacture Industry Association in Fuyang City, Zhejiang Province RMB 500,000 for organising a cartel. (...)

Erik Söderlind, Yuan Cheng The Chinese State Administration for Industry and Commerce (“SAIC”) adopts two sets of procedural provisions to implement specific areas of the Anti-Monopoly Law

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On 5 June, China’s State Administration for Industry and Commerce (“SAIC”) adopted two sets of procedural provisions to implement three areas of the Anti-Monopoly Law (“AML”), namely monopolistic agreement, abuse of market dominant position, and abuse of administrative power (excluding such conduct (...)

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