China’s Auto Antitrust Guidelines Released to the Public
|作者/编者：||Liu Cheng, Hong Lushen, Bi Yun and Jeff Liu||作者单位：||金杜律师事务所|
On 20 February 2020, in his annual review "Dedicated to Fair Competition and Serving Reform and Development – Overview of Antitrust Work in 2019", Mr. Wu Zhenguo, the Director of the Anti-monopoly Bureau of the State Administration for Market Regulation , mentioned that the Anti-monopoly Committee of the State Council has issued four antitrust guidelines including the Antitrust Guidelines for the Automotive Industry. This article will review some key issues in the Auto Guidelines, including the approach to market definition for the automotive industry, vertical monopoly agreements in distribution management and the abuse of market dominance in the aftermarket.
|文章标题||China’s Auto Antitrust Guidelines Released to the Public|
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