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Hong Kong Competition Commission Commences Its First Enforcement Action Against Individuals
On 6 September 2018, the Hong Kong Competition Commission (HKCC) announced that it has commenced enforcement proceedings against a cartel in the renovation services industry.
Hong Kong
13 Sep 2018
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Hong Kong Competition Commission Publishes Proposed Block Exemption Order For Liner Shipping Sector
On 14 September 2016, the Hong Kong Competition Commission (the "Commission") published its first proposed block exemption order (BEO) for certain liner shipping agreements...
Hong Kong
29 Sep 2016
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Hong Kong Competition Law - Investigation Series: Part 8
Legal Professional Privilege (LPP) protects documents which contain legal advice from disclosure to the Hong Kong Competition Commission (the "Commission") in the event of an investigation.
Hong Kong
22 Jun 2016
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Hong Kong Competition Law - Investigation Series: Part 5
At the formal investigation stage, the Hong Kong Competition Commission (the "Commission") has already formed a preliminary opinion that there is reasonable cause to believe a competition law...
Hong Kong
25 May 2016
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Hong Kong Competition Law - Investigation Series: Part 2
Complaints are one of a number of important channels by which the Competition Commission receives information about potential anticompetitive behaviour.
Hong Kong
29 Apr 2016
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Hong Kong Competition Law - Investigation Series - Introduction
It is just over four months since the Competition Ordinance came into force on 14 December 2015.
Hong Kong
25 Apr 2016
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Asia IP & TMT: Quarterly Review
Fog Lifting over Shadow Company Debate in Hong Kong
Hong Kong
6 Apr 2016
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Trade & Professional Associations In Hong Kong And Competition Law: The Moment Is Now
Trade and professional associations (hereafter, "Associations") play a vital role in the economy, with their members representing the vast majority of Hong Kong's businesses.
Hong Kong
1 Apr 2016
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What You Need to Know About Hong Kong Competition Law (Part 2) - The First Conduct Rule
The implementation of the new Competition Ordinance (Chapter 619 of the Laws of Hong Kong) (the Competition Ordinance) on 14 December 2015...
Hong Kong
3 Nov 2015
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Hong Kong Competition Commission Consults On Draft Cartel Leniency Policy
On September 23, 2015, the Hong Kong Competition Commission (the Commission) released a draft leniency policy for undertakings engaged in cartel conduct (the Policy) for public consultation.
Hong Kong
5 Oct 2015
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Hong Kong's Competition Commission Publishes Draft Cartel Leniency Policy
Hong Kong's Competition Commission yesterday published a draft leniency policy for companies engaged in cartel conduct.
Hong Kong
1 Oct 2015
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2015 - The Year Of Competition In Hong Kong
Margin squeeze is a form of exclusionary abuse where a (fully or partially) vertically integrated business controlling a key input or facility in the upstream market sells that input to its downstream rivals at substantially less favourable terms, to strengthen its own market power in the downstream market and hamper the ability of downstream rivals to compete effectively.
Hong Kong
30 Jul 2015
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Hong Kong Competition Law Series - Part 20: Refusal To Deal
Businesses are generally free to decide with whom they will do business.
Hong Kong
24 Jul 2015
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The Wait Is Over - Competition Ordinance Comes Into Full Effect On 14 December 2015
The Commencement Notice for the Competition Ordinance (Cap. 619) was gazetted today, appointing 14 December 2015 as the date for full enforcement of the Ordinance.
Hong Kong
20 Jul 2015
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Hong Kong Competition Law Series: Part 19
Exclusive dealing is a vertical arrangement where one party is obligated to deal exclusively with another party, to the exclusion of their competitors.
Hong Kong
17 Jul 2015
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Hong Kong Competition Law Series: Part 15 - Second Conduct Rule: Abuse Of Substantial Market Power
Being big is not bad, but businesses with substantial market power have a special responsibility not to abuse their position to restrict or eliminate competition.
Hong Kong
19 Jun 2015
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Hong Kong Competition Law Series - Part 14: Horizontal Cooperation Agreements
Collaborative agreements between businesses are often commercially attractive and can generate significant economic benefit through combining complementary activities, skills or assets.
Hong Kong
15 Jun 2015
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Hong Kong Competition Law Series: Part 13
Joint venture is a general commercial term that encompasses a range of collaborative activity between businesses, often competitors.
Hong Kong
4 Jun 2015
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Hong Kong
22 May 2015
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Hong Kong Competition Law Series: Part 5
Last week we looked at the Cardinal Sin of output limitation. This week we discuss Cardinal Sin No. 3 – market sharing.
Hong Kong
17 Apr 2015
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