New Regulation on Abuse of Market Dominance and Prospect of Public Enforcement in China

By ZHANG Chenying (Tsinghua University)1

Introduction

From August 1, 2008, the date China’s Anti-Monopoly Law became effective, China’s anti-monopoly law enforcement authorities have identified 61 cases of abuse of market dominance,2 and punished certain relevant undertakings, including in several well-known cases, such as the Qualcomm case pursued by the National Development and Reform Commission,3 the Tetra Pak case by the former State Administration for Industry and Commerce,4 and the chlorpheniramine maleate case by the State Administration for Market Regulation.5 The industries i

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