The Chinese State Administration for Industry and Commerce (SAIC) submits to the Legislative Affairs Office of the State Council a revised draft piece of legislation to respond to the changing economy

Revised Unfair Competition Law responds to changing economy* Introduction The Unfair Competition Law, which was enacted in 1993, has been described as the constitution of the market economy. However, China's rapid social and economic development has given rise to new forms of unfair competition that the legislature did not foresee. The law is now in the final stages of amendment; the State Administration for Industry and Commerce (SAIC) has completed a revised draft and has submitted it to the Legislative Affairs Office of the State Council. Information released by the SAIC suggests that the changes focus on: • identifying the competent enforcement agency to ensure uniform enforcement standards; and • identifying new forms of unfair competition to extend the scope of administrative

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  • AnJie Law (Beijing)

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Zhan Hao, The Chinese State Administration for Industry and Commerce (SAIC) submits to the Legislative Affairs Office of the State Council a revised draft piece of legislation to respond to the changing economy, 1 January 2011, e-Competitions Interim measures, Art. N° 38480

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