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Platform and Technology in Asia - Pacific : What is the State of the Regulation ? (Antitrust in Asia #3)

3e webinaire de la conférence “Antitrust in Asia : One Size Fits All ?”, organisé par Concurrences, en partenariat avec Clifford Chance et Meta. Le troisième panel “Platform And Technology In Asia - Pacific : What Is The State Of The Regulation ?” était composé de Thomas Cheng (Professor, Department of Law, The University of Hong Kong), Ruth Chen (Associate General Counsel, Competition and Regulatory, Meta), Winston Kiang (Asia Pacific Regional Competition Counsel, Intel), Dave Poddar (Partner, Clifford Chance) et Sandra Marco Colino (Associate Professor, The Chinese University of Hong Kong).

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Sandra Marco Colino moderated the discussion. Recently China amended its Anti-Monopoly Law. From now on, it is expressly forbidden to eliminate or restrict competition by, for instance, using data algorithms, technology, or platforms.

Thomas Cheng gave an overview of enforcement cases in Asia, including Taiwan, India, Korea, and Japan. First, Thomas introduced the Foodpanda case. In general, food delivery platforms are facing a lot of competition in Asia, especially in China and Taiwan. Foodpanda has firmly established itself in Taiwan, becoming one of the top two popular platforms. However, the latter was accused of two instances anti-competitive conduct by the Taiwan Fair Trade Commission (TFTC), which has fined Foodpanda more than US$70,000.

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Speakers

  • The Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • Intel (Hong Kong)
  • University of Hong Kong
  • Clifford Chance (Sydney)
  • Meta (Hong Kong)