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On 23 March 2017, the Hong Kong Competition Commission reached a significant milestone in its short history, bringing its much-awaited first case before the Competition Tribunal.
In Hong Kong, only the Competition Commission (Commission) can commence proceedings in the Competition Tribunal (Tribunal) alleging a person or company has breached one of the conduct rules under the Competition ...
Last week we examined the role of the Competition Commission (Commission) as an investigatory body and identified the broad range of enforcement powers available to it.
Franchise agreements are commonplace in Hong Kong across many industries and must comply with the competition rules in the Competition Ordinance (Ordinance).
Understanding the nature of your agency agreement is very important to ensuring compliance with the Hong Kong Competition Ordinance (Ordinance). This alert takes a look at agency agreements and when the various ...
The Competition Ordinance (Ordinance) provides the Competition Commission (Commission) with powers to issue a notice that compels a person to produce documents or information, or to attend and give evidence, where the ...
Selective distribution agreements are often beneficial for competition but risk breaching the Hong Kong Competition Ordinance (Ordinance) where they harm competition.