Antitrust Regulations Are Sweeping Across Asia, But Should You Worry?

by: Aleena Khan

Posted on February 26, 2009 at 11:02 PM

Many countries in Asia have been consistently improving their antitrust regulation, including countries like China, Singapore, Korea, and Japan. Companies may certainly not like the fact they are being more regulated. However, should companies oppose this limit on their freedom?“Not necessarily,” Francois Renard, head o...

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Regulatory Changes - 2/24/2009

by: Matt March

Posted on February 24, 2009 at 11:02 PM

The following is a summary of some key regulatory changes that have recently occurred across the international legal scene:•    The Shanghai government has issued implementing rules meant to encourage multinational corporations to establish regional headquarters in the city.  The new implementing opinions, unlike the or...

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Deal Watch - 12/18/08

by: Aleena Khan

Posted on December 18, 2008 at 5:12 PM

Mayer Brown JSM acted for Hempel AG on the conditional buy-out of its joint venture partner China Merchant Holdings (International) Co Ltd in Hempel-Hai Hong. The total consideration for the sale of the sale shares, the assignment of the joint venture IP rights and the grant of all other rights to Hempel was over HK$1.1...

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