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Recent developments in Chinese merger control: MOFCOM consults on draft regulations and imposes remedies in GlencoreXstrata and MarubeniGavilon mergers

China - May 7 2013 The Anti-Monopoly Bureau at the Ministry of Commerce of the People's Republic of China ("MOFCOM") recently published two important draft regulations...

Mark Jephcott, Molly Herron, Karen Ip, Betty Tam, James Quinney.


Vertical agreements - a hot topic in Asian competition law enforcement

Malaysia, Singapore, China - February 28 2013 The treatment of vertical agreements by competition authorities is currently a hot topic across Asia, with the Malaysian Competition Authority also...

Mark Jephcott, Molly Herron, Peggy Leung, Karen Ip, James Quinney.


Vertical agreements - a hot topic in Asian competition law enforcement: China's NDRC fines liquor makers for resale price maintenance; developments in Malaysia and Singapore

Malaysia, Singapore, China - February 28 2013 On 22 February 2013, two provincial branches of National Development and Reform Commission of the People's Republic of China ("NDRC") (Guizhou Price...

Mark Jephcott, Molly Herron, Peggy Leung, Karen Ip, James Quinney.


China takes on global cartels: NDRC imposes sanctions on members of international LCD panel cartel

China - January 14 2013 On 4 January 2013, China's National Development and Reform Commission ("NDRC") announced that it had imposed fines and penalties totaling RMB 353...

Mark Jephcott, Kyriakos Fountoukakos, Peggy Leung, Karen Ip, James Quinney.


China's MOFCOM clears GoogleMotorola with conditions: another example of China's divergence from the EU and US antitrust regimes?

China - May 22 2012 On 19 May 2012, the Chinese Anti-Monopoly Bureau of the Ministry of Commerce ("MOFCOM") announced its conditional approval of the proposed $12.5 billion acquisition by Google Inc. ("Google") of Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc. ("Motorola")....

Mark Jephcott, Kyriakos Fountoukakos, Karen Ip, Betty Tam, James Quinney.