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China's SAMR Fines Hunan Er-Kang And Henan Jiushi CNY 10 Million For Unfair Pricing Of Chlorpheniramine API
On 30 December 2018, China's State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) issued an infringement decision imposing a total fine of CNY 10.04 million
5 Feb 2019
Hong Kong Competition Commission Commences Its First Enforcement Action Against Individuals
On 6 September 2018, the Hong Kong Competition Commission (HKCC) announced that it has commenced enforcement proceedings against a cartel in the renovation services industry.
Hong Kong
13 Sep 2018
CNG Suppliers Fined RMB 84 Million In China For Resale Price Maintenance
On 27 July 2018, China's State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) released to the public an infringement decision ...
9 Aug 2018
Resale Price Maintenance – Back In The Crosshair
On 24 July 2018, the European Commission imposed fines of more than EUR 111 million on four consumer electronics manufacturers for engaging in illegal resale price maintenance (RPM) practices.
Hong Kong
31 Jul 2018
Hong Kong Competition Law - Investigation Series: Part 7
Leniency is a form of whistle blowing, where a cartel member discloses to the Hong Kong Competition Commission (the "Commission") the existence of, and information about, a cartel in return for immunity from prosecution.
Hong Kong
9 Jun 2016
Hong Kong's Competition Commission Publishes Draft Cartel Leniency Policy
Hong Kong's Competition Commission yesterday published a draft leniency policy for companies engaged in cartel conduct.
Hong Kong
1 Oct 2015
SAIC's New IPR Regulation To Take Effect On 1 August 2015
The past decade has seen a significant shift in the competitive landscape of China's science and technology sector.
16 Jun 2015
Dealing With AML Investigations: Part III – Are You Ready For A Dawn Raid?
In light of the increasing enforcement activities of the AMEAs in relation to the AML's 'conduct rules', now more than ever businesses must be ready and prepared to deal with an AML investigation in a way that best protects the interests of the business.
11 Sep 2013
A New Phase Of AML Enforcement By SAIC - Liaoning AIC Publishes Guidelines On Evidence Handling For Antitrust Violations
Announced on the State Administration of Industry and Commerce website on 3 May 2013, the Guideline on the Handling of Evidence for Anti-monopoly Cases issued by Liaoning Administration of Industry and Commerce represents the next phase of Anti-Monopoly Law enforcement activity by the SAIC.
21 May 2013
Record Fines Imposed In Chinese Maotai Liquor RPM Cases
On 22 February 2013, the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) imposed record penalties under China’s "Anti-Monopoly Law".
12 Mar 2013
Vietnam Price-fixing Decision Includes a Warning for All Businesses in the Country
Vietnam’s Ministry of Industry and Trade recently announced that 19 insurance companies operating in Vietnam had been fined a total of VND 1.7 billion (approximately US$89,000) for their involvement in unlawful price-fixing activities.
16 Aug 2010
China Steps Up Antitrust Capacity Building - Cartels a Focus
A casual observer of China’s competition law regime could be excused for assuming that antitrust-related enforcement has been scaled back in the lead up to the second anniversary of the commencement of the Anti-Monopoly Law (AML), given the absence of significant new merger control decisions and the continued paucity of AML conduct rule cases.
20 Jul 2010
Thailand to Overhaul Trade Competition Law
Criticised for being ineffective, the Trade Competition Act B.E. 2542 of Thailand ("Trade Competition Law") is facing an overhaul.
25 Feb 2010
The Competition Policy Advisory Group's 08/09 Annual Report
Hong Kong’s Competition Policy Advisory Group (COMPAG) recently released its 2008/2009 annual report, which includes an outline of complaints that it has received and monitored over the past 12 months relating to alleged anti-competitive practices in Hong Kong, as well as an update on preparation for introduction of the region’s first cross-sector competition law in the coming 6-7 months.
Hong Kong
16 Dec 2009
China Releases New Anti-Monopoly Law Pricing Rules
China’s National Development and Reform Council (NDRC) has released draft rules explaining how the various price-related ‘conduct rules’ in China’s Anti-Monopoly Law (AML) will be applied in practice. The draft Rules on Anti-Price Monopoly (“Draft Price Rules”) were published on 12 August 2009 for public comment, with a consultation phase in relation to the draft scheduled to end on 6 September 2009.
Hong Kong
20 Aug 2009
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