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Hong Kong’s Competition Law Landscape – Present and Future

31 March 2008
Mayer Brown Article
The article first appeared in Asialaw, March 2008 - Hong Kong is one of the world’s few developed, capitalist economies that does not have a general competition law. Instead, it has a broadly-worded competition policy that has not been given the force of law, and statutory competition rules that apply only to the telecommunications and broadcasting sectors.


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