China's Anti-Monopoly Law (AML) is one of the youngest and most influential antitrust laws in the world today. This book aims to provide a better understanding of the evolution of China’s AML to the international community through a collection of essays from the most prominent antitrust scholar in China, Professor Xiaoye Wang.
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- The Evolution of China’s Anti-Monopoly Law
- Preface: My anti-monopoly law research path
- Main publications by Xiaoye Wang
- Chapter 1: Why does China need an Anti-Monopoly Law?
- Chapter 2: Anti-monopoly law and building a harmonious society
- Chapter 3: Anti-monopoly law and China’s economic reform
- Chapter 4: Market access of the non-public economy and anti-monopoly law
- Chapter 5: Legal suggestions for reforming monopoly industries
- Chapter 6: China’s competition law in the global competition
- Chapter 7: The impacts of WTO competition policy negotiation in China
- Chapter 8: WTO accession and the formulation of China’s Anti-Monopoly Law
- Chapter 9: The prospect of anti-monopoly legislation in China
- Chapter 10: The goals of China’s Anti-Monopoly Law
- Chapter 11: Anti-monopoly law and industry price self-discipline
- Chapter 12: Anti-monopoly regulation of the market behaviour of public utility enterprises
- Chapter 13: The legal regulation of administrative restrictions on competition
- Chapter 14: Anti-monopoly law in the compulsory licensing of intellectual property
- Chapter 15: Some issues surrounding the anti-monopoly enforcement authority in China
- Chapter 16: Issues surrounding the drafting of China’s Anti-Monopoly Law
- Chapter 17: Unfair competition and anti-competition
- Chapter 18: Comments on merger control under China’s Anti-Monopoly Law
- Chapter 19: Highlights of China’s new Anti-Monopoly Law
- Chapter 20: Analysis and comment on China’s Anti-Monopoly Law
- Chapter 21: China’s anti-monopoly enforcement agency should say no to the BHP–Rio Tinto merger
- Chapter 22: Comments on the MOFCOM’s decision on Coca-Cola/Huiyuan
- Chapter 23: Reflections on the NDRC case against China Telecom and China Unicom
- Chapter 24: China’s Anti-Monopoly Law for three years: achievements and challenges
- Appendix: Anti-Monopoly Law of the People’s Republic of China
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Chapter 1: Why does China need an Anti-Monopoly Law?
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