MOFCOM Simple Cases: The First Six Months

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Marc Waha, Feb 12, 2015

After the advent of the merger control regime under the Antimonopoly Law in 2008, “MOFCOM merger approvals” quickly became synonymous with transaction delays, costly fees, and significant administrative burden. Even in transactions that did not present competition issues, the requirement to obtain Chinese merger control approval was often a matter for discussion at Board-level. Investment bankers and other transaction planners were brought in to advise on the intricate art of gaining prompt clearanc…

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