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中国政法大学反トラスト・投資研究所 2013年反トラスト法シンポジウム論集

China International Institute of Antitrust and Investment, First Annual Antitrust Symposium, 2013

Frank L. Fine (Editor)

1 vol. 588pp. Hardbound. 2013.

Matthew Bender. ISBN: 9780769866208

¥56,368

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中国政法大学の国際反トラスト・投資研究所(CIIAI)において2013年3月開催されたシンポジウムの論文集。中国の独占禁止法制度と運用状況、諸外国の法制度との比較など、多角的な視点で著された36の論文を収録。

【Table of Contents】

Part A Background and Introduction to Chinese Anti-Monopoly law

1. CIIAI - Keynote Speech (by Prof. Huang Jin)

2. The Never ending yet Vital Pursuit of Greater Cooperation, Convergence, and Transparency (by Maureen Ohlhausen)

3. Review of and Outlook on China's Anti-Monopoly Work (by Shang Ming)

Part B Definition of Relevant Markets

4. Market Definition in Antitrust Analysis (by David D. Smith and Su Sun)

5. Certain Legal Issues about Relevant Market (by Qi Huan)

Part C Cartels

6. Anti-Cartel Enforcement in China and the Way to Minimize Legal Risk (by John Yong Ren and Jet Zhisong Deng)

7. Key Antitrust Issues Facing Chinese Companies Doing Business in the United States: Avoiding Cartel Problems (by Willard K. Tom)

8. An EU Perspective on Cartels (by Sari Suurnäkki and Torben Toft)

9. Claiming Compensation in the UK for Loss Caused by International Cartels (by Jon Turner QC and Julianne Stevenson)

Part D Abuse of Dominant Position

10. Abusing of Dominance: a China Perspective (by Dai Long)

11. Essential Facility Doctrine and Anti-Monopoly Law (by Frank Li)

12. Abuse of Dominant Market Position and Administrative Monopoly in China Market (by Dr. Chen Huan Zhong)

Part E Mergers & Acquisitions

13. A Preliminary Statistical Examination of China's Merger Review Policy (by Wei Tan, Su Sun and Sébastien Evrard)

14. Developments and Trends of Chinese Merger Control Law and Practice (by Michael Han and René A. Pfromm)

15. Progress and Expectations After the First Five Years: An Empirical Analysis of China's Merger Control Regime (by Michael Gu and Annie Xue)

16. Economic Fundamentals for the Substantive Analysis of Mergers: United States and China (by Glenn Mitchell)

17. Characteristic Features of Merger Control in Japan (by Kaoru Hattori)

18. Public Interest Factors as Part of South African Merger Review (by Tamara Dini)

19. Key Antitrust Issues Facing Chinese Companies Doing Business in Italy: the Merger Control Regime (by Maurizio Pappalardo)

20. Acquisition of Minority Shareholdings: Beware of German Merger Control And Additional Scrutiny (by Dr. Alf-Henrik Bischke and Dr. Marcel Nuys)

Part F Antitrust Litigation & Enforcement Proceedings

21. How the Judicial Interpretation of the Supreme People's Court Affects Civil Antitrust Actions in China (by Susan Ning, Kate Peng and Liu Jia)

22. Arbitrability of Antitrust Disputes in China (by Liu Hua)

23. Sellers Beware: Recent Trends Regarding the Reach of the U.S. Antitrust Laws to Cover Overseas Transactions (by Bradley S. Lui and Derek F. Foran)

24. Corporate Leniency: Maintaining the Integrity and Power of Antitrust Enforcement's Most Powerful Tool (by Donald C. Klawiter)

Part G International Global Perspectives; China in the World

25. Hong Kong's First Cross-Sector Competition Law: a modern competition law with Hong Kong characteristics (by Peter Waters and Melanie Tan)

26. Reflection of Korea's Third Way: Regulation of Resale Price Maintenance in Korea (by Sangwook Daniel Han)

27. Competition Law and Foreign Investment in Singapore (by Lim Chong and Dr. Corinne Chew)

28. Looking to the future: the ACCC's strategic approach under Mr Rod Sims (by Gina Cass-Gottlieb and Emma Ringland)

29. Chinese Companies in Indian Market Challenges Faced (by K.K. Sharma)

30. Key Antitrust Issues Facing Chinese Companies in Brazil (by Tito Andrade and Heloisa Helena Monteiro de Lima)

31. Antitrust issues facing Chinese companies in Brazil (by Carlos Emmanuel, Joppert Ragazzo, Eduardo Frade Rodrigues, Paulo Burnier da Silveira, Virginia de Melo Dantas and Thyssyanna Lemanski Rodrigues)

32. The 2013 New Competition Regime in Mexico: Fixing competition problems right there at the Constitution (by Omar Guerreo and Alan Ramírez)

33. Current Developments in the Treatment of Intellectual Property in the U.S. Competition System (by William E. Kovacic)

34. Competition and Foreign Investment Reviews of Asian Investments into Canada (by Neil Campbell, Jun Chao Meng and Stephen Wortley)

35. The EU-China Antitrust Cooperation Agreement: A Wake Up Call for Chinese companies (by Frank L. Fine)

Part H Government Roundtable

36. Government Roundtable