Comment of the Global Antitrust Institute, George Mason University School of Law, on the Questionnaire for the Revision of China’s Anti-Monopoly Law
- Author(s): Joshua Wright, , Douglas Ginsburg, Bruce Kobayashi
- Date Posted: 2015
- Law & Economics #: 15-56
- Availability: Full text (most recent) on SSRN
This comment is submitted by the Global Antitrust Institute (GAI) at George Mason University School of Law in response to the Questionnaire on Revisions to China's Anti-Monopoly Law (AML). The GAI Competition Advocacy Program provides a wide-range of recommendations to facilitate adoption of economically sound competition policy. Topics covered in this response include competition objectives, vertical restraints, the definition of a dominant market position, the prohibition on purchasing products at “unfairly high” or buying products at “unfairly low” prices, refusing to deal, collective dominance, concentration of undertakings, abuse of administrative power, fines, disgorgement, and the application of the AML to matters involving intellectual property rights.