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NDRC rules in first international shipping company monopoly case

China - August 4 2016 In 2015 the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) imposed penalties totalling Rmb407 million on eight international roll-onroll-off

China 2020: world's largest insurance market and foreign insurers' strategies

China - November 14 2017 The Chinese insurance market is continuing to grow unabated. While structural changes have seen a drop in infrastructure investment and the

The rise of insurtech in China

China - October 31 2017 ZhongAn, a Chinese insurer that sells online insurance products, is representative of a new wave of 'insurtech' companies (ie, insurers engaging

Competing fairly in the digital age - implications of new Anti-unfair Competition Law

China - December 21 2017 On November 4 2017 the National People's Congress Standing Committee passed the long-awaited amendments to the Anti-unfair Competition Law, which

Mercedes-Benz fined for price fixing: automotive industry at stake

China - July 2 2015 On April 23 2015 the Jiangsu Price Bureau the provincial branch of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) announced on its website

Employment & labour law in China

China, Global - January 12 2018 A structured guide to employment and labour law in China

Recruitment and wage & hour law in China

China, Global - January 12 2018 A structured guide to background checks, recruitment and wage & hour law in China

Managing the employment relationship in China

China, Global - January 12 2018 A structured guide to country specific laws, misclassification, contracts and foreign workers in China

Global employee termination law: China

China, Global - January 12 2018 A structured guide to termination law in China covering notice, redundancies, dismissal and protections

Competing fairly in the digital age - implications of new Anti-unfair Competition Law

China - December 21 2017 On November 4 2017 the National People's Congress Standing Committee passed the long-awaited amendments to the Anti-unfair Competition Law, which