The Antimonopoly Law in China: Where Do We Stand?
By Vanessa Yanhua Zhang on March 17, 2011
An article by Dr. Xinzhu Zhang, Director at Global Economics Group, and Dr. Vanessa Yanhua Zhang, Principal at Global Economics Group, analyze antimonopoly policies in China as a whole. In The Antimonopoly Law in China: Where Do We Stand? (Competition Policy International, Vol. 3, No. 2, Autumn 2007), the authors confront the growing issue of antitrust policy in China and raise concerns that recent antitrust cases in China illustrate the urgent need for a consistent and comprehensive application of competition law. They conclude that the Antimonopoly Law in China, as it currently exists, is unlikely to provide effective and consistent competitive measures, and that China must address key issues facing the Antimonopoly Law in order to continue strong economic growth. The Antimonopoly Law in China: Where Do We Stand?