Combating Monopoly Agreements Under China’s Anti-Monopoly Law: Recent Developments and Challenges

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Clare Gaofen Ye, Feb 11, 2014

Five years after China’s Anti-Monopoly Law (“AML”) took effect, enforcement efforts of the antitrust agencies against restrictive agreements-called “monopoly agreements” in the AML-visibly picked up during 2013. This paper reviews recent developments, identifies a few key issues, and provides some suggestions for China to further improve its antitrust enforcement.