Chinese Competition Law: A View From the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC)

15 Oct 2014 12:00
15 Oct 2014 14:00
  • Harri Kalimo – Senior Research Fellow IES–VUB, Welcome
  • Jing Jin – Bureau of Price Supervision and Anti-Monopoly, National Development and Reform Commission, Beijing, The People’s Republic of China - Speaker
  • David Anderson – Partner BLP LLP Brussels, Associate Researcher IES-VUB – Moderator/discussant

The National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) is one of China’s major administrative bodies responsible for a wide range of economic, social and environmental laws and policies within China. The ground-breaking 2008 Chinese Antimonopoly Law (AML) gave the NDRC significant new powers to enforce the AML in relation to anticompetitive pricing conduct involving abuse of dominance/monopolies and restrictive practices/cartels. The NDRC is well-known in China but only recently has it started to gain an international profile in the competition field. The Institute for European Studies is pleased to welcome Beijing-based NDRC Anti-Monopoly Bureau official Jing JIN to the VUB to address a fascinating range of key issues relevant to the NDRC’s role and work in the competition field in China and internationally. This session will provide a truly historic chance to hear directly from China’s NDRC here in Brussels.

Registration and Venue

The policy forum starts at 12:00 and will end at approximately 14:00. Participation is free of charge and open to all but due to space limitations, registration is mandatory. Please register here.

Karel Van Miert Building
The Hague Classroom (-1)
Pleinlaan 5
1050 Brussels
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Harri Kalimo (Academic Coordinator)
Senior Research Fellow
Institute for European Studies
+32 2 614 80 01

Anamaria Bacsin (Logistics)
Communications & Internal Events
Institute for European Studies
+32 2 614 80 40