Evaluating China’s Competition Regime with State Council AML Advisor | The US-China Business Council


by Victoria Abaunza on November 17th, 2014   816 views

When and Where

  • 17/11/2014
    3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

  • Kerry Hotel
    Guanghua Road
    Beijing
    China
    China
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Evaluating China’s Competition Regime with State Council AML Advisor | The US-China Business Council

Event Details

USCBC is pleased to be hosting Shi Jianzhong to discuss recent developments in China’s Competition Policy and their relation to foreign companies in China.

Shi Jianzhong is a professor and doctoral supervisor of China University of Political Science and Law (“CUPL”) and is also a member of the Expert Advisory Panel of the Antimonopoly Commission of the State Council. Professor Shi has participated in the development of China’s Antimonopoly Law and remains a valuable advisor to high level economic decision makers. He will share his view of the development and current trends in AML enforcement activity, as well as China’s competition and industrial policies.

China’s increased level of competition enforcement activity and the high profile reporting of its competition investigations have prompted growing attention and concern from US companies. Eighty-six percent of companies responding to the US-China Business Council’s (USCBC) 2014 member company survey indicated they are at least somewhat concerned about China’s evolving competition regime. USCBC released its report on Competition Policy and Enforcement in Chinain September as a part of its continued advocacy and monitoring on China’s Antimonopoly Law (AML) enforcement.

USCBC is pleased to be hosting Shi Jianzhong to discuss recent developments in China’s Competition Policy and their relation to foreign companies in China.

Shi Jianzhong is a professor and doctoral supervisor of China University of Political Science and Law (“CUPL”) and is also a member of the Expert Advisory Panel of the Antimonopoly Commission of the State Council. Professor Shi has participated in the development of China’s Antimonopoly Law and remains a valuable advisor to high level economic decision makers. He will share his view of the development and current trends in AML enforcement activity, as well as China’s competition and industrial policies.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • The development of competition policy in China
  • China’s competition policy enforcement regime as it relates to that of the US and EU
  • Trends in competition policy enforcement
  • The relationship between competition policy and industrial policy
  • What foreign companies should expect in further enforcement measures

Questions are welcome from the audience following the presentation.

Registration Deadline:
Thursday, November 13, 2014 – 16:00
Cost: RMB 250 (Payable in cash at the door; includes coffee/tea and light snacks)

 

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