Tuesday, December 9, 2008China's first comprehensive competition law, the new Anti-Monopoly Law (AML), commenced on August 1, 2008. In the first of our new series of webinars on the AML, we provided a comprehensive overview of the new law and the key potential areas of impact and compliance risk for both foreign and Chinese businesses. In this, the second program in our series, we focused on the AML's merger control regime, which dramatically alters China's antitrust review mechanisms for relevant transactions in and beyond China, and which introduces clear and substantial penalties for non-compliance. Hannah Ha, Christopher Kelly and Gerard O'Brien discussed the scope of the new regime in detail, focusing on:
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