Hong Kong

Antitrust in Asia: ASEAN, China, Hong Kong, Korea, Japan, Australia...

This fifth edition of the Antitrust in Asia Conference was organized by Concurrences with the support of The Chinese University of Hong Kong and the Hong Kong Competition Association, in partnership with Baker McKenzie, CRA, Clifford Chance, Compass Lexecon, King & Wood Mallesons, Linklaters, RBB Economics and White & Case. Media partners for this event were MLex and PaRR.

Welcome Remarks

Frédéric JENNY (Chairman, OECD Competition Committee) opened the fifth edition of the Antitrust in Asia conference by expressing his gratitude to the Chinese University of Hong Kong for hosting the event and acknowledging the role of Professor Sandra Marco Colino in organizing the event. He also thanked the Hong Kong Competition Association for helping in the process. Prof. Jenny invited the participants to explore interactions between competition law enforcement and related fields, including telecommunications regulation, intellectual property, economics, consumer protection, as well as issues raised by mergers in dynamic technology industries.

Sandra MARCO COLINO (Assistant Professor, The Chinese University of Hong Kong) noted the difficulty of picking topics for discussion given the diversity among the jurisdictions, and emphasized the importance of assessing the issues in a global framework. The topics chosen, she highlighted, were relevant even beyond Asia, and touched upon essential issues for the future of antitrust policy everywhere. In addition to thanking the organizers, she expressed her gratitude to the student volunteers for their invaluable contribution to the success of the event.

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  • ESSEC Business School (Cergy)
  • The Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • StubHub (Hong Kong)
  • King & Wood Mallesons (Sydney)
  • Singapore Legal Service
  • White & Case (New York)
  • Compass Lexecon (Boston)
  • University of Hong Kong
  • High Court of New Zealand (Auckland)
  • Seoul National University
  • CRA International (Boston)
  • Clifford Chance (Brussels)
  • Microsoft (Singapore)
  • RBB Economics (Melbourne)
  • University of New South Wales (Sydney)
  • UNCTAD (Geneva)
  • Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati (San Francisco)
  • Baker McKenzie (Hong Kong)
  • Hong Kong Competition Commission (Hong Kong)
  • Japan Fair Trade Commission
  • Hong Kong Communications Authority