*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Competition policy in China in 2013 appears to be clearly supported at the highest level of government. It is set in a cycle of sustainable expansion and assigns a certain number of objectives to both competition authorities and market operators, as part of a process of Chinese economic liberalisation integrating foreign trade policy and strategic industrial policy (see F. Souty, "China : The Antimonopoly Law of 30 August 2007 and the emergence of a modern Chinese competition law", p. 2). and F. Souty and S. Yon-Courtin, "Review of the application of Chinese competition law and new authorisations of international mergers under important conditions in the
CASE COMMENTS: INTERNATIONAL POLICY - 3RD PLENUM OF THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY – TRANSPARENCY – MERGER CONTROL
China: The Ministry of Commerce of the PRC and the National Development and Reform Commission present an assessment of the Chinese competition authorities activity and set their objectives, namely an increase of transparency with regard to merger control
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