First Boycott Decision: Be Careful with Concerted Exclusive Dealing
|作者/编者：||Susan Ning, Kate Peng, Ying Zhu||作者单位：||金杜律师事务所|
On 8th 2015, the State Administration for Industry and Commerce publicized on its website Guangdong Administration for Industry and Commerce’s decision in relation to the boycott investigation into Guangzhou Panyu Animation Association (GAGA). This is the very first investigation that focuses on a boycott agreement. In previous investigations where boycotts were identified, there were always other anti-competitive agreements involved and boycott agreements were not identified as the target violations that were subject to fines. This article introduces the GAGA investigation and some previous boycott-related investigations and presents a short guide to practices that may constitute boycott agreements identified by the authorities.
|文章标题||First Boycott Decision: Be Careful with Concerted Exclusive Dealing|
- ·First Boycott Decision: Be Careful with Concerted Exclusive Dealing
- ·Academic News: The Internationalization of the Legal Services Market: An International Workshop at the Center for Common Law
- ·Why not Use the Time of Telework to Amend the AOA of FIEs?
- ·First Parallel Import Case Concluded by Guangzhou IP Court
- ·What Should Lawyers Redact in Corporate Internal Investigations?
- ·China’s M.I.I.T. Proposes Broad Regulatory Oversight over Pre-Installed Mobile Phone/Device Applications
- ·Hong Kong’s competition law now in force – Tips for financial institutions
- ·Hong Kong Competition Commission’s enforcement and leniency policies
- ·A new cross border financing management regime implemented in China’s four free trade zones
- ·The Antitrust Safe Harbor for Exercising IPRs: More Details are Needed for its Scope, Thresholds and Compatibility
- ·Qualified foreign institutional investors investing in China’s Inter-bank Bond Market are no longer subject to approval and quota restrictions
- ·Highlights of Recent Legislation in connection with China’s Anti-monopoly Law
- ·What has been “Changed” and “Unchanged” for the foreign investments in online publishing? -- A capsule review on the online publishing service rules
- ·The Employment of “Elderly” Foreigners in China: Service or Employment?
- ·Joint ventures under Hong Kong’s competition law: Compliance tips