“A” is for anti-monopoly
Subscribe to keep reading.
Sign up to stay briefed on what the Chinese government is doing, thinking, and saying.
Already a subscriber? Log in.
On Thursday, China's market regulator (SAMR) announced plans to make the process of choosing targets for regulatory supervision more efficient.
The plan: SAMR will look at a wide range of data points on corporate behavior. Companies will then be given a credit grade which determine how much regu...
Your subscription doesn't include access to this content. Upgrade your account to access.