*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Hong Kong's competition law was defined in 2012 by a Competition Ordinance, which provided for a transition period that has just ended on 15 December 2015. Since that date, the system of competition regulation in the "Special Administrative Region" (SAR) has taken on characteristics that bring it closer in many substantive respects to the "big brother" that is Chinese competition law, despite a legal terminology that continues to be derived from UK law. The establishment of Hong Kong's new institutional system and its gradual rise to prominence is proceeding methodically (see F. Souty, S. Yon-Courtin, "Hong Kong adopts sophisticated competition law
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Hong-Kong: The Hong-Kong Competition Policy Advisory Group publishes its annual activity report for 2014-2015 and, in the meantime, competition rules comes into full effect
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