22 February 2021

2020 in review: A new wave of China's anti-monopoly law

2020 was a year clouded by COVID-19 and world trade tensions. Despite the disruption, the Chinese government has articulated its intent for the future of antitrust in China. In this publication, we offer a review of key developments in antitrust law in China over the past year, and provide an insight into what to expect in 2021 and beyond.

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