The Chinese State Administration for Industry and Commerce receives requests for review in the internet industry (Baidu / Tencent)

Market dominance and the Internet: new industry, new rules?* China's biggest encyclopaedia website, Hudong.com, has requested an anti-monopoly review of Baidu, the leading Chinese internet search engine. Hudong.com is asking the State Administration for Industry and Commerce (SAIC) to fine Baidu a total of Rmb79 million. This is not the first complaint about monopolistic behaviour by Chinese internet enterprises. In November 2010 the SAIC received a request for a

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  • AnJie Law (Beijing)

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Zhan Hao, The Chinese State Administration for Industry and Commerce receives requests for review in the internet industry (Baidu / Tencent), 1 November 2010, e-Competitions Barriers to entry in the digital market, Art. N° 38482

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