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Legislative Council passes Hong Kong’s first competition regime

 |  June 15, 2012

Hong Kong’s Legislative Council has passed the Competition Bill. It was first introduced in 2010, with six major amendments made in October 2011. The Bill addresses anti-competitive conduct and fair competition, and establishes the Competition Commission and the Competition Tribunal as enforcement bodies.

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