The Chinese National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) enacts new anti-monopoly pricing regulations

NDRC issues new anti-monopoly pricing regulations* The end of 2010 leaves China's anti-monopoly regulators with several matters to consider, resolve or improve. The anti-monopoly framework is still not well established and consumer rights issues have been badly neglected. End consumers remain at risk of manipulation by collusion between large enterprises, especially on price. Recently, an instant noodle company stopped providing its products because a supermarket chain objected to a price increase and a mobile telecommunications company, facing claims of unreasonable tariffs, refused to reveal the basis of its pricing

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  • AnJie Law (Beijing)

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Zhan Hao, The Chinese National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) enacts new anti-monopoly pricing regulations, 4 January 2011, e-Competitions Bulletin January 2011, Art. N° 38571

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