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China’s Eastman Case: A Non-Exclusive View on Exclusive Dealing?

BY | September 9, 2019

By Michael Han, Bryan Fu & Christoph van Opstal In early 2019, China’s antitrust authority found that Eastman China abused its dominance in the market for CS-12 coalescent. The Eastman…

By Michael Han, Bryan Fu & Christoph van Opstal

In early 2019, China’s antitrust authority found that Eastman China abused its dominance in the market for CS-12 coalescent. The Eastman case demonstrates that certain trading restrictions such as most-favored-nation clauses will not fall foul of China’s Anti-Monopoly Law in isolation but may raise concerns in aggregation and on a case-by-case basis where they together can be classified as measures to achieve exclusivity in the context of d

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