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The Chinese State Administration for Market Regulation sees new provisions on monopolistic agreements and abuse of dominance enter into force

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On September 1, 2019, two sets of provisions on antitrust enforcement under the Anti-Monopoly Law (AML) (反垄断法) issued by China’s State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) came into effect: the Tentative Provisions for the Prohibition of Monopolistic Agreements (the Monopolistic Agreements Provisions) (禁止垄断协议暂行规定) and the Tentative Provisions for the Prohibition of Abuses of Dominant Market Position (the Abuse Provisions) (禁止滥用市场支配地位行为暂行规定). These long called-for provisions lay a unified analytical framework, provide further clarity on substantive issues, and streamline investigation procedures for alleged infringements. These long called-for provisions lay a unified analytical framework, provide further clarity on substantive issues, and streamline investigation procedures for alleged infringements. In

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Vivian Cao, Xi Liao, Fay Zhou, The Chinese State Administration for Market Regulation sees new provisions on monopolistic agreements and abuse of dominance enter into force, 1 September 2019, e-Competitions September 2019, Art. N° 96935

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