Last quote by Marc Waha
Because the statutory maximum fine is very low, MOFCOM decided to start 'naming and shaming' noncompliant parties in late 2014. MOFCOM officials remain frustrated, however, with some parties thinking the low sanctions are worth taking the risk, and have publicly advocated for an increase in these sanctions when China's Antimonopoly Law is revised.feedback
Marc Waha has been quoted 3 times in 2 different articles. On this page, you will find all of Marc Waha’s quotes organized by date and topic. Alongside each quote is a link back to the article where the quote was reported, so you can go back to the source for more context if you need it. Topics that Marc Waha speaks about are MOFCOM, Didi, and party, for example. Most recently, Marc Waha was quoted in the article China’s merger watchdog gets tough on clearance dodgers saying, “The new procedure has allowed MOFCOM officials to focus on more substantive matters, including enforcement against noncompliance.”.
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Quotes by Marc Waha
Aug 09 2016
The new procedure has allowed MOFCOM officials to focus on more substantive matters, including enforcement against noncompliance.feedback
Aug 01 2016
Given Didi's reported high market share, any increment would attract MOFCOM's attention. But for the parties to seek pre-closing approval, each has to meet the minimum sales threshold. That's where it's unclear whether an anti-trust filing would be required.feedback
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