The Chinese State Administration for Industry and Commerce (SAIC) issues three substantive regulations on enforcement of the Anti- Monopoly Law

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 published drafts on Monopolistic Agreements and Abuse of Dominance for public consultation. SAIC already issued its Procedural Provisions in June 2009. Highlights of these new Regulations, including a comparison with the equivalent provisions recently promulgated by the National Development and Reform Commission (“NDRC”), are set out below. Monopolistic Agreements While NDRC issued their substantive and procedural provisions at the same time, SAIC had already issued their Procedural Provisions in

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  • Linklaters (Beijing)
  • Linklaters (Shanghai)
  • Euclid Law (London)
  • Linklaters (Brussels)
  • Linklaters (New York)

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Yuan Cheng, Simon Poh, Robert Gavin, Jonas Koponen, Thomas A. McGrath, The Chinese State Administration for Industry and Commerce (SAIC) issues three substantive regulations on enforcement of the Anti- Monopoly Law, 7 January 2011, e-Competitions January 2011, Art. N° 41017

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