Doing Justice to Anti-Trust Actions
Foreign companies have become an integral part of the Chinese economy and contribute greatly to China's economic and social development. Restraining their growth and success is not in the country's interests
Trust Issues

Chinese anti-trust investigators have descended on Qualcomm, Microsoft, Mercedes, Audi, BMW and Japanese auto part makers in a wave of high-profile cases over recent months.

On the other side of the equation, law enforcement departments have been equally tenacious in pursuing domestic firms that have violated the law, although punishments meted out to domestic businesses haven't been so widely reported as those given to foreign big names.

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