King & Wood Mallesons (Beijing)

Audrey Yumeng Li

King & Wood Mallesons (Beijing)
Senior Associate

Audrey is a senior associate at King and Wood Mallesons. Her main practice area is antitrust and competition law. She has worked for seven years in merger control filings, investigations, antitrust auditing and other AML related work. She holds degrees from prestigious law schools in China, Hong Kong and U.K. and is PRC practice qualified.

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Articles

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Cheng Liu, Audrey Yumeng Li The Chinese National People’s Congress amends the Anti-Monopoly Law renewing focus on the digital sector, permitting increased fines and closer examination of potential killer acquisitions

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On 24 June 2022, the National People's Congress, the top legislator of China, adopted the Amendments to the Anti-Monopoly Law (“Amendments”), which will become effective on 1 August 2022. This is the first time that China amended the Anti-Monopoly Law (“AML”) since it was promulgated in 2008. (...)

Cheng Liu, Audrey Yumeng Li, Shiwei Xu China & Anticompetitive practices: An overview of national case law

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2022 witnesses China’s antitrust law enter its 15th year. Since the effectiveness of the Anti-monopoly Law (“AML”) in 2008, China’s antitrust agencies have been fairly active to enforce the law. While respecting the international experiences in antitrust enforcement and embracing the global trends such as shifting focus on technology companies and digital economy, the Chinese regulators have not been shy to maintain their own gesture to continue to shape China as one of the most important antitrust regimes in the world. This article will highlight some key achievements and trends of China’s anti-competitive conducts enforcements, with review of relevant cases as illustrations.

Cheng Liu, Nick Torres, Yang Jingru, Audrey Yumeng Li The Chinese State Administration for Market Regulation and Shanghai SAMR issue two administrative decisions punishing two Internet platform companies for engaging in “either-or choice” practices on their in-platform merchants (Alibaba / Shanghai Food Paishi Trade Development)

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A few days ago, the State Administration for Market Regulation (“SAMR”) and Shanghai Administration for Market Regulation (“Shanghai AMR”) successively issued two administrative decisions punishing two Internet platform companies for engaging in “either-or choice” practices (a type of exclusive (...)

Cheng Liu, Audrey Yumeng Li, Lushen Hong, Nick Torres The Chinese State Administration for Market Regulation issues Antitrust Guidelines for the Platform Economic Industry in an effort to strengthen its enforcement in the sector

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This article has been nominated for the 2021 Antitrust Writing Awards. Click here to learn more about the Antitrust Writing Awards. On 10 November, the Anti-Monopoly Bureau of the State Administration for Market Regulation (“SAMR”) issued the Antitrust Guidelines for the Platform Economic (...)

Cheng Liu, Audrey Yumeng Li The Chinese State Administration for Market Regulation clears an acquisition in the auto parts sector subject to conditions (ZF / WABCO)

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On 15 May 2020, the State Administration for Market Regulation (“SAMR”) in China conditionally approved ZF Friedrichshafen AG (“ZF”)’s acquisition of WABCO Holdings, Inc. (“WABCO”, ZF and WABCO collectively as the “Parties”) following a 180-day extended Phase 2 review. It is noteworthy that the SAMR is (...)

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