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Bureaucratic Politics in China’s Antitrust Enforcement

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Original languageEnglish
Volume2014
Issue number2
JournalConcurrences Journal
Publication statusPublished - 1 May 2014

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Abstract

In China, the public enforcement of anti-competitive rules is a pluralistic process that includes officials from various ministries centralized and local governments, whose functions overlap and diverge missions and objectives. The public enforcement of Chinese anti-monopoly law is shaped by the incentive structure as well as by formal or unspoken rules of the Chinese government.

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