Lilla Csorgo interviews Angela Huyue Zhang, associate professor of law and director of the Centre for Chinese Law at the University of Hong Kong, for Women & Antitrust, Vol. II, published by Concurrences. Dr. Zhang is an expert on Chinese law and has written extensively on Chinese antitrust enforcement.
Dr. Csorgo and Dr. Zhang discuss how Western competition authorities can approach competition law enforcement against Chinese firms and how a multinational firm can ensure it stays on the side of the law. According to Dr. Zhang one of the key differences in approach is the near absence of judicial scrutiny over Chinese competition agency decisions so practitioners lack information as to whether the administrative agency has taken a decision with good reason.