An In-Depth Discussion on AML Amendment with Herbert Smith Freehills and its Joint Operation Firm Kewei.
On 24 June 2022, the Decision to Amend the Anti-Monopoly Law 反垄断法 (“Amended AML” 2022修订版) was officially passed and will come into force as of 1 August 2022. The changes introduced in the Amended AML display the ever-increasing significance of antitrust policy in China’s administration.
What has changed in China’s Amended AML? What will the revised Anti-Monopoly Law (“AML”) mean for foreign businesses in China?
The British Chamber of Commerce Shanghai and its Legal & Compliance Committee invite Frances Xu, Partner at Herbert Smith Freehills Kewei, and Howard Chan, Senior Associate, Herbert Smith Freehills to share the key highlights from the amendments.
We are delighted to invite members and friends to the webinar on Friday, 29 July, 3.00 pm – 4:30 pm, Beijing Time.
This webinar dissects the recent amendments to the AML, which represented a key step in the development of Chinese competition policy. The amendments cover a range of areas including anti-competitive behaviour and merger control, and carry significant and far-reaching implications:
*BritCham Shanghai reserves the right to alter the above schedule at any time.
This webinar will be conducted via ZOOM. You will receive an email with a ZOOM meeting ID and password around 5 pm, 28 July. Please ensure your email address is valid, and please make sure to check your junk box as well.
In case of cancellation, please kindly note you must email Jun.Wang@britishchambershanghai.cn before 5 pm, 27 July. Due to the service charges of Glueup and online payment platforms, we can only partially refund up to 90% of your ticket price and payment will be processed within 14 days after the event via your original payment method. However, it is non-refundable for cancellation request made beyond the above-mentioned timeframe.