Thursday, March 11, 2021

In the News: Director of HKU's Centre for Chinese Law, Dr Angela Zhang, Comments on Recent China Anti-trust Law Developments

Dr Angela Zhang, Associate Professor and Director of the Centre for Chinese Law, has been sharing her knowledge on Chinese anti-trust law and her views on the US-China relations.  A collection of her recent articles, interviews, and comments reported in the international media is found below:

· China is Leaning into Antitrust Regulation to Stay Competitive with the U.S., Fortune, 9 February 2021

· Why Is China Cracking Down on Alibaba?, Project Syndicate, 2 February 2021

· The Dangerous Legal War Posing a New Threat to China-US Relations, Nikkei Asia, 1 February 2021

· China's Alibaba Probe Is Not All Bad News , Nikkei Asia, 8 January 2021

· In China, Behave or Face a Campaign, Bloomberg, 7 January 2021

· Should China Wield Antitrust Laws to Counter US Attacks on Huawei Amid Global Tech Competition? South China Morning Post, May 26, 2020

· ByteDance’s Douyin Sues Tencent, Claiming Antitrust Violations, krASIA, 3 February, 2021

· China Antitrust: ByteDance and Tencent Legal Battle Seen as Potential Landmark Case, South China Morning Post, 3 February, 2021

· ByteDance Files Lawsuit Against Tencent in Tit-for-tat Battle, Financial Times, 3 February, 2021

· China’s Big Tech Clampdown: Why Some Businesses Stand to Benefit, Aljazeera, 26 January, 2021

· China is Joining the Global Push to Rein in Tech Giants, The Wall Street Journal, 24 January, 2021

· Why China’s Central Bank Leads Antitrust Drive and How this May Affect Alipay, WeChat Pay, South China Morning Post, 22 January  2021

· China’s Approval of Cisco-Acacia Deal Conditional on Fair Competition but also an Olive Branch to Joe Biden, South China Morning Post, 22 January, 2021

· China’s Startups Hope Tech Crackdown Creates New Opportunities, Bloomberg, 21 January , 2021

· Crackdown on Jack Ma’s Empire Gathers Pace Despite Reappearance, Financial Times, 21 January, 2021

· Do Fintech Giants Alipay and WeChat Pay have Monopoly Power? China’s New Regulation Leaves Experts Guessing, South China Morning Post, 21 January, 2021

· China’s Central Bank Proposes Antitrust Rules for Country’s Booming Online Payments Sector, Pandaily, 21 January, 2021

· China's Crackdown on Alibaba Goes Beyond Teaching Jack Ma a Lesson, S&P Global Market Intelligence, 19 January , 2021

· Trump’s Final Days Bring New Turmoil to U.S.-China Relations​, Bloomberg, 12 January, 2021

· China Brings in New Law to Fight Trump's Sanctions, BBC, 11 January, 2021

· China Launches Measures to Protect Companies from US Sanctions, Financial Times, 10 January, 2021

· Jack Ma's Absence Raises More Questions than it Answers Amid Ant and Alibaba Probe, The Straits Times, 9 January, 2021

· "Alibaba Antitrust Probe Presents New Challenges for China’s Regulators 12 Years after Implementation of Anti-monopoly Law", South China Morning Post, 7 January, 2021

· "Jack Ma was Almost Bigger than China. That's What Got Him into Trouble", CNN Business, 6 January, 2021

· "China’s Mighty State Monopolies Cast a Big Shadow over Private Enterprise, but will Antitrust Law and Vows of Reform Level the Playing Field?", South China Morning Post, 5 January , 2021

· "Mo money, Ma problems - Chinese Trustbusters’ Pursuit of Alibaba is only the Start", The Economist, 2 Jan 2021

· "Alibaba: a Chinese Success Story comes under Scrutiny", TRT World, 25 December, 2020

· "全球掀起反壟斷風潮 何時輪到香港?", 香港01, 21 December, 2020

· "Don't Expect an 'Explosion of Cases' from China's Antitrust Push: Professor",, 23 November , 2020

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