convenant not to compete

Ding Liang, a counsel to King & Wood’s International Trade Group in Beijing

A non-compete clause prohibits one party from competing in the same type of business as the other party for a specified period. The non-compete clause is usually termed "covenant not to compete", "restrictive covenant", or "non-compete clause" and are treated with suspicion by the Anti-Monopoly Enforcement Agency.

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