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Hainan FTP Introduces Third-party Assessment in Fair Competition Review

Tue, 19 Oct 2021
Categories: China Legal Trends

The Anti-monopoly Commission of China (Hainan) Pilot Free Trade Zone promulgated the “Measures for Third-party Assessment of Fair Competition Review (for Trial Implementation)” (the "Measures", 公平竞争审查第三方评估办法(试行)). The Measures is implemented as of 1 Oct. 2021.

The Measures makes it clear that policy-making organs may introduce the ‘third-party assessment’ under the following scenarios during the fair competition review process: when conducting fair competition review for policies to be implemented; when regularly assessing policies issued upon fair competition review; when performing an assessment on policies issued subject to a few exceptions; when sorting out the existing policies and measures; when supervising and evaluating the implementation of the fair competition review regime; and other scenarios in relation to the fair competition review.

 

 

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Contributors: CJO Staff Contributors Team

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