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)

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 market sharing. This is the first enforcement decision published by SAIC since the Anti-Monopoly Law (the “AML”) came into force in August 2008. The case is interesting for the way in which enforcement was delegated to the local AIC, and the fact that fines were imposed on members as well as the association, and that the fines were reduced for cooperation with the investigation. Delegation of authority and investigation SAIC is responsible for AML

Access to this article is restricted to subscribers

Already Subscribed? Sign-in

Access to this article is restricted to subscribers.

Read one article for free

Sign-up to read this article for free and discover our services.

 

PDF Version

Authors

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

Quotation

Yuan Cheng, Simon Poh, Robert Gavin, Jonas Koponen, 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), 26 January 2011, e-Competitions Bulletin January 2011, Art. N° 41011

Visites 157

All issues

  • Latest News issue 
  • All News issues
  • Latest Special issue 
  • All Special issues