Chinese highest court proposes to increase scrutiny in anti-monopoly cases · TechNode

Chinese highest court proposes to increase scrutiny in anti-monopoly cases · TechNode
A directive issued by China’s Supreme People’s Court on Jan. 14 proposes to increase scrutiny of cases involving monopolistic and non-competitive practices. The directive notes specific offenses, including low-price dumping, platforms forcing merchants to have exclusive partnerships, and anti-competitive practices that rely on data, algorithms, or capital advantages. The country’s highest court said the directive aims to protect small businesses.

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