Personal Liabilities of Senior Management under AML: A Comparative Approach

Personal Liabilities of Senior Management under AML: A Comparative Approach

CPI Asia Column edited by Vanessa Yanhua Zhang (Global Economics Group) present: Personal Liabilities of Senior Management under AML: A Comparative Approach – By Ken Dai & Jet Deng (Partners, Dentons China) Click here for a pdf version of this article. In the last few years, a number of cases including several world-renowned cases have been effectively […]

Airline joint ventures and competition law regimes in Asia Pacific

Airline joint ventures and competition law regimes in Asia Pacific

CPI Asia Column edited by Vanessa Yanhua Zhang (Global Economics Group) present: Airline joint ventures and competition law regimes in Asia Pacific – By Pearl Yeung (Norton Rose Fulbright LLP, Hong Kong) Click here for a pdf version of this article. Volatility in the air transport industry has often rendered the financial health of airlines precarious, leading […]

The Magic of China IP Misuse Guidelines

The Magic of China IP Misuse Guidelines

CPI Asia Column edited by Vanessa Yanhua Zhang (Global Economics Group) present: The Magic of China IP Misuse Guidelines – By He Jing & Hou Lei (AnJie Law Firm) Click here for a pdf version of this article   The drafting process of various China IP misuse guidelines, circulated by National Development and Reform Commission […]

Korea’s Recent Enforcement Trends of Cartel Law

Korea’s Recent Enforcement Trends of Cartel Law

CPI Asia Column edited by Vanessa Yanhua Zhang (Global Economics Group) present: Korea’s Recent Enforcement Trends of Cartel Law – By Sinsung (Sean) Yun, Kenneth T. Kim & Yang Jin Park1 (Yoon & Yang, LLC) Click here for a pdf version of this article.   Introduction Korea’s Monopoly Regulation and Fair Trade Act (the “MRFTA”) […]

Happy Chinese New Year From CPI!

Prof David S Evans, Founder of Competition Policy International, and Dr Vanessa Yanhua Zhang, editor of CPI Asia Column, wish our readers a healthy, peaceful and prosperous Lunar Chinese New Year! 猴年大吉、身体健康、万事如意!

Asia Column

Leniency Under The Hong Kong Competition Ordinance  – Sébastien J. Evrard, Scott D. Hammond, & Madeleine Healy (Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher) On China’s Adoption of Competitive Neutrality Policy  – Ding Maozhong (Shanghai University of Political Science and Law) Japan’s Consolidated Anti-Monopoly Act: Recent Developments and Non-Developments  – Mel Marquis (European University Institute, Florence & Doshisha University, Kyoto) & […]

The Qihoo v. Tencent Landmark Decision

David Evans, Vanessa Yanhua Zhang, Apr 09, 2013 CPI Asia Column edited by Vanessa Yanhua Zhang (Global Economics Group) presents: The Qihoo v. Tencent Landmark Decision (Click here for a PDF version of the article.)   Evans is Chairman, Global Economics Group and teaches part time at the University of Chicago Law School and the […]

Recent developments in civil litigation under China’s Anti-monopoly Law

Richard Hughes, Margaret Wang, Nov 20, 2012 Civil litigation is a key tool for businesses as they seek to protect their interests and remain competitive. So it is unsurprising that the right to launch a civil antitrust action has been exercised with increasing regularity since it became available to businesses in China on August 1, […]

SOEs and competition policy in China

Tan Wei, Dec 10, 2012 CPI Asia Column edited by Vanessa Yanhua Zhang (Global Economics Group) presents: Since China’s Anti-Monopoly Laws (“AML”) bill passed in 2008, competition policy in China is thoroughly analyzed by antitrust practitioners around the world. The rulings by the Chinese antitrust enforcement agencies are often compared with rulings by competition authorities in developed […]

Hong Kong’s First Economy-Wide Competition Law: A Review of the Law and the Challenges Ahead

Margaret Wang, Jul 18, 2012 Traditionally seen as averse to regulation, perhaps best exemplified by the maxim “small government, big market,” Hong Kong has finally joined the growing ranks of Asian jurisdictions that formally regulate competition across all sectors of the economy. After two rounds of heated public consultations and a long legislative passage, Hong […]