The Current State and Problems of Anti-Monopoly Legislation in the People's Republic of China
Washington University Global Studies Law Review
Presently, China has no anti-monopoly law; however, provisions controlling monopolies and anticompetitive acts are distributed among different laws, rules, and regulations. Although these laws are scattered, they indicate the emergence of China’s competition law. In response to the recently drafted Anti-Monopoly Law (“the Law”) I would like now to discuss the legislation’s character and potential problems.
The Current State and Problems of Anti-Monopoly Legislation in the People's Republic of China,
Wash. U. Global Stud. L. Rev.