7th China Competition Policy Forum

27 August 2018 - 12:00 am UTC

Despite the escalating trade war between the US and China, senior officials from 14 competition agencies and international organisations gathered in Beijing in late July to mark the 10th year of China’s Antimonopoly Law enforcement. The two-day event, organized by the Expert Advisory Board of the State Council’s Antimonopoly Commission (AMC), welcomed more than 300 participants, from enforcers and practitioners to company executives and antitrust academics. The China Competition Policy Forum has become an important annual event on the international antitrust calendar. This year’s theme – Competition Policy in a New Era – produced a wealth of critical information on worldwide regulatory developments and legal precedent, which PaRR has compiled in a comprehensive report capturing the highlights and insights delivered by antitrust experts from the lectern and on the sidelines. 
Topics highlight:
  • China’s antitrust consolidation to reduce overlapping functions, says SAMR deputy minister 
  • China’s State Council antitrust advisors publishes ‘Top 10’ list 
  • Lack of resources is biggest challenge for global competition authorities 
  • US FTC commissioner warns China over antitrust regulation of IP 
  • DoJ official outlines six-step program for SAMR 
  • EC merger chief lauds cooperation with China 
Contact Jay Chu at [email protected] or +852 2158 9758 to get access to the “other stories”/the Chinese version of the report.