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Comment: Civil, criminal debate continues to be focus in Hong Kong's 'hybrid' competition case

By Xu Yuan
  • 17 Jan 2020 01:05
  • 17 Jan 2020 01:05
Hong Kong's antitrust regulator and companies that are accused of anticompetitive practices continue to grapple with a choice between criminal or civil procedures as they tread on new issues in hearings held this week, after the city's competition court set itself apart from the majority of jurisdictions on the issue of

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Xu Yuan

Senior Correspondent

Xu Yuan has worked for MLex for seven years, all of them based in Hong Kong. She has reported on a wide range of regulatory topics, including antitrust, cybersecurity and data security, in mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. She has broken numerous stories on policymaking and enforcement involving international companies doing business in the region and done substantial court reporting in Hong Kong. She is currently specializing in covering regulatory issues related to future mobility, including connected vehicles. She previously worked for US TV network NBC in Beijing. She received her undergraduate degree in English Literature and Linguistics from Peking University and a master’s degree from the Journalism and Media Studies Centre at The University of Hong Kong.

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