Who's Afraid of China's NDRC?

, The Asian Lawyer


Last year was a year of record fines imposed by Chinese antitrust regulators, particularly the National Development and Reform Commission. Many of those fines were handed out to foreign multinationals. The secrecy of the process and suspicions of political motives have raised alarm bells in the international business community about how China plans to wield its now five-year-old Antimonopoly Law.

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