China’s MOFCOM Now Fully Armed to Prosecute Companies Failing to Notify a Concentration

By on January 10, 2012

by Henry L. T. Chen, Frank Schoneveld and James Jiang

China’s Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM), following six months of public comment on and consideration of Draft Regulations, has now formally promulgated new Regulations on the Investigation & Treatment of Failure to Report a Concentration of Undertakings.  The new regulations will take effect as of February 1, 2012, and arm MOFCOM with clear powers to investigate and collect evidence on concentrations.

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