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|Other Titles: ||The study of Chinese anti-monopoly policy the case of Qualcomm and automobile market|
|Authors: ||郭宇倫;Kuo, Yu-Lun|
|Keywords: ||反壟斷法;高通;競爭法;Anti-monopoly law;Qualcomm;Competition Law|
|Issue Date: ||2016-01-22 14:41:12 (UTC+8)|
It was about three decades when China transitioning from a planed economy to market economy, china achieved tremendous success in economy, entire society keep progressing, many multinational companies were willing to invest mainland China, hence, China increased a lot of chances to prosperity, However, it was not until August 30, 2007, after 14 years’ relentless debate and wrangling, that the Anti-Monopoly Law (the “AML”) was finally passed. Although competition law is not entirely new in China, the AML is China’s first antitrust law that is comparable to the modern antitrust policies of other major jurisdictions. It concerned about the development of multinational companies and local enterprises, many companies which planned to invest china were aware china put more attention about economic development.
In this dissertation employs an economic approach to conduct an in-depth analysis of anti-monopoly law, first discusses about legislative motivation, second compares competition law of America and Japan. Then through the case study analysis why Qualcomm, a semiconductor company, and automobile market in China. Qualcomm attracted attention by China government, which getting started investigation on Qualcomm. The investigation about automobile market due to the unreasonable fixing ratio discovered by insurance association of China.
Why China government so urge to investigate multinational companies? Are China start to pursuing social justice or just for it’s own benefit? All the discussion form beginning to the end start from the companies reaction.
|Appears in Collections:||[中國大陸研究所] 學位論文|
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