For Chinese Companies, the My-Government-Made-Me-Do-It Antitrust Defense May Not Work Next Time
When a Chinese company escaped a U.S. price-fixing judgment on the grounds of international comity, some were outraged. But changes in China's antitrust laws mean that such a victory is unlikely to be repeated.
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