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Competition Policy and State-Owned Enterprises in China

David A. Hyman and William E. Kovacic, World Trade Review, Vol.16(4), 2017

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The Anti-Monopoly Law (AML) of China came into effect in August 2008. In less than a decade, China has made remarkable strides to enforce this law; no other jurisdiction with a competition law system – over 130 to date – comes close to matching China’s accomplishments in the first decade of its competition regime. However, China’s progress in implementing competition policy remains uncertain.

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