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Mainland China aims at significantly revising its Antitrust Law

The development of Mainland China’s economy has led to some new risks of anti-competitive behaviors not being substantially addressed by the 2008 Antitrust Law. This requires a reform of Mainland China’s anti-trust legal framework to ensure that certain anti-competitive behaviors could be adequately sanctioned in particular by introduction of criminal penalties, while providing more flexibility for regulatory bodies when assessing whether a merger triggers filing in Mainland China.

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