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Electronic commerce has gained significant popularity globally in recent years. As the internet became more familiar, and traditional biased attitude towards bricks-and-mortar retail shops fade, more businesses begin to embrace e-commerce...
Rajah & Tann
On 30 March 2010, China’s National Development and Reform Commission (‘NDRC’) published its first public infringement decision under the Chinese Anti-Monopoly Law (‘AML’), in which it imposed financial penalties on 21 members of a Rice Noodle Cartel for price-fixing. The NDRC is the Chinese competition authority tasked with enforcing the AML in relation to price-related anti-competition activities. The public infringement decision was imposed almost a year and a half after the coming into force
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