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Examining recent trends in international antitrust enforcement

Antitrust enforcement around the world is getting more aggressive, more costly and more dangerous for individuals

Antitrust enforcers in China – Making up for lost time

Chinese antitrust enforcers are getting serious. Shocked industry participants are getting the impression that antitrust agencies in China want to do within a few months what others, especially the U.S. and Europe, have taken 30 years to accomplish. Experts are particularly concerned that China’s antitrust enforcement agencies have unfairly hit foreign companies more than China’s own entities, suggesting that the country may be unfairly disciplining new market entrants.

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Dr. Sebastian Jungermann

Sebastian Jungermann is an Antitrust Partner in Kaye Scholer’s Frankfurt office. He advises clients regarding German and European competition and antitrust laws, including German, EU...

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