CASE COMMENTS: INTERNATIONAL POLICIES – COUNCIL OF STATE – FAIR COMPETITION REVIEW SYSTEM – DIRECTIVE

China: The Council of State (Chinese Government) issues Opinions on a Fair Competition Review System of public policies (FCRS)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. 1 August 2016 has just marked the 8th anniversary of the entry into force of Chinese competition law and in particular of the Antimonopoly Law adopted on 30 August 2007 (see F. Souty, "China : The Antimonopoly Law of 30 August 2007".). On this occasion, the State Council (the Chinese government) decided to set out a series of principles specifying the axes and priorities of Chinese competition policy in what represents a Chinese equivalent of the methodology followed in the "Market Studies" ("Market Studies") by the European Commission or even a directive when this text sets out the principles to be followed or the results to be achieved to ensure the

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François Souty, China: The Council of State (Chinese Government) issues Opinions on a Fair Competition Review System of public policies (FCRS), 14 June 2016, Concurrences Nº 4-2016, Art. N° 82152, pp. 218-219

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