The global antitrust world has been increasingly active on all fronts. It is against this ever-evolving landscape of global antitrust and competition law that we bring you this series of "Reports from the Regions," featuring insightful analysis on recent key enforcement issues, major litigation decisions, new laws in various countries, and other developing antitrust and competition issues in virtually all major regions of the global economy.

Please join us for a 30-minute teleconference on each of three days, focused on the latest antitrust and competition updates from around the globe.

Reports from the Regions: Asia

  • From Hong Kong, highlights of the region's long-anticipated cross-sector Competition Bill, and predictions as to the likely timeframe for passage of the bill and how effective it may prove in tackling anti-competitive practices
  • Insights from China into the latest methodology and sectoral focus of Chinese regulators as they prepare to expand antitrust enforcement beyond the field of merger control and hardcore cartels
  • The latest from India on conduct rule investigations, guidelines under development, and expectations for commencement of a new and far-reaching merger control regime

Hannah C. L. Ha
Hong Kong
John M. Hickin
Hong Kong
Gerry P. O'Brien
Hong Kong

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