The Asia-Pacific Antitrust Review 2017

Hong Kong: Competition Commission

04 April 2017

The Competition Commission (the Commission) in Hong Kong began enforcing the city’s first economy-wide competition law in December 2015. Although less than a year has passed since full operations commenced, the Commission has already achieved good progress in different aspects of its work, and there has been increased awareness of the new law and concrete changes to business practices in Hong Kong. This article outlines some of the Commission’s activities over the past 11 months.

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