The Chinese Administration for Industry and Commerce (AIC) investigates and handles antimonopoly case against a local government for abuse of administrative power in the market for vehicles’ GPS services (Guangdong Province)

The Administration for Industry and Commerce of Guangdong Province (Guangdong AIC) Investigated and Handled Local Government’s Administrative Monopoly Conduct* In January 2011, three companies complained to the Guangdong AIC, a local bureau of the SAIC, alleging that a municipal government of Guangdong Province had abused its administrative power to eliminate or restrict competition in the market for global positioning system (GPS) services for motor vehicles. The three companies also applied to the Guangdong Province Legislative Affairs Office for administrative review of the

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  • University of Melbourne
  • China Competition Bulletin (Beijing)
  • Institute of American Studies (Beijing)

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Allan Fels, Xiaoye Wang, Jessica Su, The Chinese Administration for Industry and Commerce (AIC) investigates and handles antimonopoly case against a local government for abuse of administrative power in the market for vehicles’ GPS services (Guangdong Province), 27 July 2011, e-Competitions Bulletin Automobile, Art. N° 39086

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