By Neil Carabine and James Wilkinson King & Wood Mallesons.
In the first six months since the Competition Ordinance (Cap. 619) came into full effect, businesses and trade associations have been active in reviewing their contracts and conduct to ensure compliance with the new law. The Competition Commission and Communications Authority, meanwhile, have received numerous complaints and queries in relation to potential breaches of the law.
In this article, we highlight some of the key developments since Hong Kong’s cross-sector competition law took effect in December 2015.
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