Hong Kong Competition Commission’s First Legal Action: An Economic Perspective

July 10, 2017

Hong Kong passed its first comprehensive competition law in June 2012, and the law came into full effect in December 2015. On March 23, 2017, the Hong Kong Competition Commission took its first legal action and filed a complaint against five firms in the information technology industry with the Competition Tribunal. Following a summary of the Complaint’s allegations, this article, published in International Antitrust Bulletin, highlights two particular issues that are noteworthy from an economic perspective. To read the article, click the link below.

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