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Mega-Mergers: Key Considerations to Take to Get your Deal Through

By Nikolaos Peristerakis, Tom McGrath & Fay Zhou - While there appears to be a consensus among regulators and practitioners that “big is not necessarily bad”...

MOFCOM Simple Cases: The First Six Months

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Marc Waha, Feb 12, 2015 After the advent of the merger control regime under...

Merger Filing Regime in the PRC: Uncertainty Still Remains in the...

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Kiyoko Yagami, Feb 12, 2015 In June 2014, the Chinese Ministry of Commerce issued...

Chinese Antitrust Institutions—Many Cooks in the Kitchen

Adrian Emch, Sep 11, 2014 The Anti-Monopoly Law has been in force for over six years. When the AML was enacted in August 2007, the...

Determining the FRAND Rate: U.S. Perspectives on Huawei v. InterDigital

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Fei Deng, Su Sun, Feb 11, 2014 Standards have become part of our life...

Towards a Simplified Review Procedure for Mergers in China

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Ninette Dodoo, Feb 11, 2014 In 2013, the Ministry of Commerce published the much-awaited...

Geographic Market Definition in China – Inching Towards Convergence?

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle David Stallibrass, Jing Wen, Feb 11, 2014 Antitrust activity in China stepped up a...

A Discussion of MOFCOM’s Competitive Analysis in 2012 From an Economic...

Sharon Pang, Elizabeth Xiao Wang, Feb 26, 2013 Understanding the requirements of different merger control regimes and coordinating a coherent approach across multiple jurisdictions is...

MOFCOM’s Wal-Mart Decision and Its Wider Implications

Joyce Li, Tracy Zhou, Feb 26, 2013 On August 14, 2012, the Chinese Ministry of Commerce ("MOFCOM") released its announcement on the approval of the...

A Practitioner’s Look at Merger Control Remedies in China

Francois Renard, Jan 25, 2012 Since the entry into force of its antitrust rules, China has approved transactions subject to "restrictive conditions," also called "remedies"...

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