China’s MOFCOM Gets Tough on Merger Control?

By on June 20, 2011

by Henry L.T. Chen and Frank Schoneveld

There is considerable speculation in China that many large transactions that should have been notified for clearance by China’s Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) have not been properly notified, and Chinese government is going to go after the concerned concentrating parties.  Recently, the speculation came into being and all public comments must be filed before 23 June 2011.  New Draft Regulations, “Preliminary Regulations on the Investigation & Treatment of Failure to Report Concentration of Undertakings (Opinion Solicitation Draft),” clarify and provide MOFCOM with the power to investigate, fine and order divestiture of mergers and acquisitions that should have been, but have failed to be, notified and cleared by MOFCOM.

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