China’s National People’s Congress opened its 2018 session Monday and will run through March 20.
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China’s National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) recently announced its 2018 priorities for pricing investigations under the anti-monopoly law (AML), listing key industries in which it says price-fixing tactics
Enforcement of China’s Antimonopoly Law (AML)—an ongoing priority for the US-China Business Council (USCBC) and the business community—has remained prominent in recent bilateral discussions.
Fewer restrictions on drug pricing and greater access for foreign companies may make for a healthier China, and bring both potential growth and growing pains to the pharmaceutical industry—a sector analysts expect to be worth upwards of $300 billion by 2020.
A lack of recent news about competition-related investigation cases should not be misinterpreted as a lull in enforcement activity related to China’s Antimonopoly Law (AML), a National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) official stated at a recent USCBC-sponsored
Reforming state-owned enterprises (SOEs), reducing administrative burdens on companies, and opening up the economy are just three of the State Council’s recently-highlighted eight priority reform areas in the Opinions on Economic Reform Priorities in 2015 (“the Opinions”).