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PRC Courts Clarify Aspects of Anti-Monopoly Civil Actions

28 April 2011
Mayer Brown Legal Update
China's Supreme People's Court has published a draft judicial interpretation that explains how civil cases relating to alleged violations of the country's Anti-Monopoly Law may be handled going forward. The new draft deals with issues such as standing to bring civil cases, the burden of proof, the extent of civil liability, and the relevant statute of limitations for such cases. In this update, we summarise key aspects of the draft and the progress of civil actions relating to the Anti-Monopoly Law to date.


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