The Chinese MOFCOM sets down procedures to investigate and penalize companies for failure to notify notifiable transactions in violation of the Anti-Monopoly Law

MOFCOM Getting Tough on Failure to Notify a Concentration* On 30 December 2011, the Ministry of Commerce ("MOFCOM") promulgated the Interim Measures on Investigation and Punishment of Failure to Duly Notify Concentrations of Undertakings ("Interim Measures"), effective from February 1, 2012.1 The Interim Measures set down the procedures for MOFCOM to investigate and penalize companies for failure to notify a notifiable transaction in violation of the Anti-Monopoly Law ("AML"). According to the Interim Measures, MOFCOM shall initiate an investigation ("case acceptance") if there is prima facie evidence, either presented by

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Susan Ning, The Chinese MOFCOM sets down procedures to investigate and penalize companies for failure to notify notifiable transactions in violation of the Anti-Monopoly Law, 30 December 2011, e-Competitions Bulletin December 2011, Art. N° 41926

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