A review of non-merger antitrust enforcement and litigation developments in the PRC in 2015

By Michael Han & David Boyle

  1. Introduction

Over the past number of years China’s antitrust regime has been gaining prominence on the international stage. China’s merger control law is now well established and has become a real consideration for dealmakers and their lawyers around the world. However, in 2015, China’s antitrust enforcement in the non-mergers area came to the fore with some notable decisions and investigations. The National Development and Reform Commission’s (the “NDRC”) record breaking fines imposed on Qualcomm for abusing its dominant market position in …

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