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Hong Kong Competition Law Series - Part 8: Collective Boycott – Don't Gang Up!

29 April 2015
Mayer Brown Legal Update
A collective boycott, or a collective refusal to deal, occurs where two or more businesses collectively refuse to deal with a third party. While businesses are free to choose their business partners, ganging up to exclude an actual or potential competitor can be considered anti-competitive.


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