In 2020, China’s antitrust regulation and enforcement reached new levels, increasing both in terms of scope and robustness. Antitrust agencies stood up to the challenge of complex international political and economic environments and the impact of COVID-19, organized the first major revision of the Anti-Monopoly Law (AML), promulgated and improved several antitrust regulations and guidelines, and strengthened law enforcement in key industries and

The number of antitrust litigation cases in the judicial field has continued to increase, and judicial decisions have also played an important role in developing China’s antitrust landscape. The competition work in China has achieved fruitful results in various aspects of legislation, law enforcement, and justice.

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