Antitrust Enforcement in China: The SAIC's Tetra Pak Decision
10 AM EST
After a multi-year investigation, the Chinese State Administration for Industry and Commerce (SAIC) issued a decision in November 2016 finding Tetra Pak in violation of the Anti-Monopoly Law and fining the company nearly 668 million yuan ($97.1 million). This decision is a landmark for Chinese antitrust enforcement in its treatment of loyalty discounts, as well as exclusive dealing and tying. Join our expert panel in a discussion about the Tetra Pak decision and what it means for Chinese antitrust enforcement going forward.
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