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Developments in Legislation and Practice of Prohibition of Administrative Monopolistic Conduct

BY | February 15, 2016

By Meng Yanbei[1]   Overview Administrative monopolistic conduct is also considered conduct of abusing administrative power to eliminate or restrict competition. There are three stages in Chinese laws to regulate…

By Meng Yanbei[1]

 

  1. Overview

Administrative monopolistic conduct is also considered conduct of abusing administrative power to eliminate or restrict competition. There are three stages in Chinese laws to regulate administrative monopolistic conduct. Stage One: regulate administrative monopolistic conduct mainly through policies and documents (1978-1992).[2] Stage Two: regulate administrative monopolistic conduct mainly through the Anti-Unfair Competition Law (“AUCL”) and Administr

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