Laying down the law: Hong Kong's Competition Ordinance in line for its first major review

Introduction

Date: 29 May 2018. Duration: 8:33

Competition law came late to Hong Kong, entering into force only in 2015, but it has developed quickly and continues to do so. After just three years of enforcement, the territory's Competition Ordinance is set for a no-holds-barred government review. MLex Correspondent Xu Yuan explains the key focus areas that will be looked at, and what the competition regulator is seeking from the exercise, to our Chief Global Antitrust Correspondent, Leah Nylen.

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