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Global bribery and corruption outlook 2018

Mexico, Brazil, Africa, China, European Union, Global, Hong Kong - March 5 2018 For the most part, 2018 will see countries do more to enforce their anti-bribery and corruption laws. How authorities plan to go about this from...

Maurice Burke, Tony Canny, Liam Naidoo, Antonin Lévy, James G. McGovern, Stephanie Yonekura, Chalid Heyder, Michael Roberts, Francesca Rolla, Mark Lin, Sebastian Lach, Crispin Rapinet, Luis Enrique Graham, Isabel Costa Carvalho.

China proposes a revamp to its Anti-Unfair Competition Law - Changes relevant to companies' business practices

China - March 14 2016 On 25 February 2016, the Legislative Affairs Office of the State Council issued a new draft of the amended Anti-Unfair Competition Law ("Draft") for...

Eugene Low, Roy G. Zou, Adrian Emch, Deanna Wong, Zhen (Katie) Feng.

Global bribery and corruption review 2015

OECD, Global - January 13 2016 Ongoing developments in anti-corruption and bribery regulation and enforcement create new challenges for companies seeking to compete in a global...

Stuart M. Altman, Ty Cobb, Robert S. Bennett, Jeremy Cole, Alexei Dudko.

Chinese pharma company fined for refusal to supply downstream competitors

China - December 23 2015 On 22 December 2015, the State Administration for Industry and Commerce ("SAIC") published the decision of its local branch in Chongqing ("Chongqing...

Jiaming Zhang, Roy G. Zou, Leigh L. Oliver, Adrian Emch.

Antitrust in China's pharma sector Bengbu action following big-bang reform

China - September 1 2015 On 26 August 2015, the National Development and Reform Commission ("NDRC") made public its first antitrust enforcement decision in the pharmaceutical...

Jessie Xie, Jiaming Zhang, Roy G. Zou, Adrian Emch, Andrew McGinty.