The Chinese legislature finally passed the long-awaited revision of the country’s main antitrust statute, the Anti-Monopoly Law (AML). Just a working day after, the Chinese antitrust authority launched a public consultation process to revise six AML implementing rules. The “package” of the revised AML and the draft AML implementing regulations catapult Chinese antitrust law onto the next level – “China antitrust 2.0” if you want. The package will have a profound impact on companies doing business in China.
China’s cybersecurity and IT landscape is governed by three major laws and regulations being the: Cybersecurity Law (“CSL”); Data Security Law (“DSL”); and Personal Information Protection Law (“PIPL”). Over the past month, the various regulatory bodies in China have circulated further measures and guidelines in regards to the cross-border transfer of data, handling of data, and the definition of “important data”.
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