Chinese regulations raise essential facilities concern
The Chinese government has published draft regulations interpreting the country’s antitrust law which contains language that IP owners say is worryingly vague
"Anything that is loosely drafted has the potential to create problems," said Adrian Emch, a consultant of Hogan Lovells in Beijing.
China’s Anti-Monopoly Law came into effect on August 1 2008. The Law itself has only one article that deals...
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