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Weathervanes, Lightning Rods, and Pliers: The NDRC’s Competition Enforcement Program

Nathan G. Bush, The Antitrust Source, August 2014

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The article discusses the creation of the Competition Enforcement Program by the Chinese National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC). The anti-monopoly efforts started when the Price Supervision and Anti-Monopoly Bureau (PSAMB) cracked down local and foreign companies in antitrust investigations. It cites the factors that strengthen the authority and enforcement of PSAMB. It also mentions the progress made by PSAMB in its fight against cartels and enforcement of price maintenance.

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