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Clash of Titans: How China Disciplines Internet Markets

David Stallibrass and Sharon Pang, Journal of European Competition Law & Practice, June 2015; 6: 418 - 423.

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The decision in Tencent vs. Qihoo by the Supreme People’s Court of China is a detailed and nuanced attempt to resolve some of the most pressing issues in modern antitrust. In key areas, such as the definition of the relevant market and the approach to assessing dominance, it sets a practical precedent that could be sensibly emulated by courts throughout China and, if desired, other jurisdictions as well.

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