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Winter 2012, Volume 1, Number 2

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Brands, Consumer Protection, and Antitrust Why China is Special

Jenny Huang, David Stallibrass, Jan 25, 2012 From China's first and only decision to block a merger, involving the purchase of the Huiyuan juice brand...

New Developments in Civil Antitrust Litigation in China

Zhu Li, Jan 25, 2012 The year 2011 provided significant headway for the development of antitrust-related civil actions in China. Courts not only achieved progress...

Merger Control under Chinese Law Practical Matters from the Applicant’s Perspective

Patrick Chan, Dirk Elvermann, Edwin Li, Jan 25, 2012 Along with its growing economic power, China has become a major jurisdiction where multinational companies conduct...

An Analysis of China’s Merger Control System

Rong Hongzhi, Cui Shufeng, Jan 25, 2012 In the three plus years since the Anti-Monopoly Law ("AML") entered into force on August 1, 2008, China...

How to Deal with Merger Control of Listed Chinese Companies

Liyong Jiang, Jan 25, 2012 China's capital market has witnessed numerous mergers and acquisitions ("M&A") among listed companies in recent years. Data shows that 564...

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