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Consideration of Economic Evidence by Chinese Courts in Antitrust Litigation

BY | February 11, 2014

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Yan Luo, Fang Qi, Marshall Yan, Feb 11, 2014 The Anti-Monopoly Law provides civil remedies to plaintiffs who…

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle

Yan Luo, Fang Qi, Marshall Yan, Feb 11, 2014

The Anti-Monopoly Law provides civil remedies to plaintiffs who have suffered damages “caused” by defendants’ monopolistic conduct. To grant remedies in an AML case, Chinese courts demand evidence showing that the defendant has engaged in monopolistic conduct, and that the “anti-monopoly injury” to the plaintiff is “causally linked” to the defe

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