*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. In the first half of 2015, the attention of the international operators present on the Chinese market was marked by a very sharp increase in the sanctions regime implemented by two of the three Chinese competition authorities, which had been anticipated in previous columns (see in particular F. Souty and S. Yon-Courtin "China : Competition law and policy in China celebrates its sixth anniversary marked by strong institutional development".), "China", International Chronicle, "China", International Chronicle). Beyond the jurisprudential nature of certain decisions, to which we will return later, and beyond the anecdotal nature of the record sanctions
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China : Chinese competition authorities stricten the competition sanctions and the SAIC issues a regulation prohibiting the abuse of intellectual property rights in order to eliminate or restrain competition
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