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In-House Counsel Roundtable: Asian Antitrust Hot Issues (Antitrust in Asia #4)

4th webinar of the "Antitrust in Asia: One size fits all?" Conference organised by Concurrences, in partnership with Herbert Smith Freehills. The fourth panel “In-House Counsel Roundtable: Asian Antitrust Hot Issues” with Knut Fournier (Deputy General Counsel, StubHub International), Adelaide Luke (Partner, Head of Competition, Asia, Herbert Smith Freehills), Melanie Tan (Head of Competition Law & Policy for the Asia-Pacific Region, Maersk) and Xin Roger Zhang (Senior Legal Counsel, Tencent).

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SYNTHESIS

Adelaide Luke pointed out that competition authorities in Asia are busy on many different fronts. China has undergone fundamental regulatory reforms. Indonesia has also made extensive changes to its competition regime. Hong Kong and Singapore have updated their guidance and policies, and the Philippines and Vietnam focused on more technical changes to thresholds and procedures in merger control. Thus, Asia focuses on its own developments, while keeping an eye on what is happening elsewhere in the world, especially in the European Union.

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Speakers

  • Maersk (Copenhagen)
  • Tencent (Beijing)
  • Herbert Smith Freehills (Hong Kong)
  • StubHub (Hong Kong)