Can the PRC's New Anti-Monopoly Law Stop Monopolistic Activities: Let the PRC's Telecommunications Industry Tell You the Answer

Publisher:
Elsevier Inc
Publication Type:
Journal Article
Citation:
Telecommunications Policy, 2009, 33 (7), pp. 360 - 370
Issue Date:
2009-01
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This paper studies the new AML and its various provisions in relation to antimonopoly and anti-competitive conducts and attempts to validate those provisions against the recent PRC telecommunications reform. Part 1 provides an introduction of the telecommunications industry in China, including its regulatory framework and its market arrangement. Part 2 studies the 13-year long law making history of the new AML and highlights some of the major aspects of this act. Part 3 analyses the recent telecommunications reform in China. Part 4 analyses the interplay between the AML and the recent telecommunications reform.
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