China enters new era of antitrust regulation

China enters new era of antitrust regulation

China plans to consolidate its three merger and antitrust agencies into a single body. What does this mean for dealmakers?

The ongoing evolution of China’s state ministries may have significant implications for dealmakers.

As part of a bureaucratic overhaul, a new antitrust regulator, the State Administration for Market Supervision (SAMS), is being introduced, essentially consolidating the three competition authorities China has today: The Anti-Monopoly Bureau of the Ministry of Commerce (M…

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