In December 2022, CNKI, China’s most prominent academic publisher, was given an administrative penalty, with a fine of 87.6 million yuan(approx. $12.9 million).
Competition Law/Antitrust Law in China 竞争法/反垄断法
In November 2022, China’s Supreme People’s Court released details of the anti-monopoly and anti-unfair competition cases in recent years. Among others, the damages for IP infringement awarded by Chinese courts are on the rise.
The Chinese AML has made comprehensive revisions after 14 years of implementation. A more professional and comprehensive AML enforcement can be expected in China in the future.
The General Office of the State Council of China moves to establish an ministerial joint conference for anti-unfair competition.
China's State Administration of Market Supervision issued the draft version of the "Guidelines for Anti-monopoly in the Field of Platform Economy"( 关于平台经济领域的反垄断指南(征求意见稿)) on 10 Nov. 2020.