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Antitrust: China’s Anti-Monopoly Law—Cause for Hope, and Concern

11 June 2010
Mayer Brown Article
When China’s new Anti-Monopoly Law (AML) took effect in August 2008, it posed substantial uncertainties for non-China businesses: Would the enforcement agencies, whose missions had focused on managing a planned economy, be competent and evenhanded guardians of a market economy?
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