The Chinese State Administration for Market Regulation releases its draft amendment to the Anti-Monopoly Act

Potential Impacts of the Proposed Anti-monopoly Law Amendments* Since the enforcement of the Anti-Monopoly Law of the People’s Republic of China (“AML”) in 2008, there are many related administrative law enforcement and judicial cases occurred. From 2016 to 2018, according to public information statistics, China’s AML enforcement agencies investigated and handled 334 monopoly cases, including 287 cases of horizontal monopoly agreements, 12 cases of vertical monopoly agreements, and 35 cases of abuse of dominant market positions. There were 1,207 cases of concentrators. In 2019 alone, China’s AML enforcement agencies investigated and dealt with 38 cases of various monopoly acts, and concluded 432 cases of concentration. On the basis of a large number of decisional experiences, the State

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Zhang Ruohan, Chai Zhifeng, Susan Ning, Kate Peng, The Chinese State Administration for Market Regulation releases its draft amendment to the Anti-Monopoly Act, 2 January 2020, e-Competitions January 2020, Art. N° 96014

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