All together now: China brings antitrust enforcement under one roof at a brand new agency


Date: 13 March 2018. Duration: 9:10

Since China’s Anti-Monopoly Law came into force in 2008 until the present day, a ministry and two state agencies have overseen separate aspects of antitrust enforcement in the country. Now, a new super-regulator is about to make those subdivided roles all its own. MLex Asia Managing Editor David Plott hears from our China-based Market Analyst Eliot Gao why Beijing has shaken things up, and what’s in store.

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China announces it will wrap its three antitrust agencies into one authority (13 March 2018)

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