China forms National Anti-monopoly Bureau, appointing chief

China forms National Anti-monopoly Bureau, appointing chief

China on Thursday established a brand-new workplace for the National Anti-monopoly Bureau, a brand-new federal government company accountable for antitrust enforcement, state-owned news website The Paper reported. The brand-new antitrust bureau lies in the exact same structure in Beijing as the State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR). On Monday, China s State Council designated Gan Lin, deputy minister of SAMR, to head the anti-monopoly bureau. [The Paper, in Chinese]


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