Hong Kong Competition Law

Editat de Conor Quigley, Suzanne Rab
en Limba Engleză Hardback – 7 noi 2016
This important new book provides a substantive introduction to Hong Kong competition law contained in the new Competition Ordinance as supplemented by the Competition Commission's Guidelines. Reference is also made to the most important case law concerning competition rules in other jurisdictions, in particular the European Union, from which the Hong Kong competition rules draw inspiration. Hong Kong Competition Law also sets out fully the procedural and enforcement rules before the Competition Commission and the Competition Tribunal. Specific sections deal with the application of competition law to the major economic sectors in Hong Kong: construction, energy, finance, retail, telecommunications and transport. A final chapter provides a comparative survey of competition law in China, Japan and South Korea.
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ISBN-13: 9781509906420
ISBN-10: 1509906428
Pagini: 512
Dimensiuni: 169 x 244 x 38 mm
Greutate: 1.04 kg
Editura: Bloomsbury Publishing
Colecția Hart Publishing
Locul publicării:London, United Kingdom


This is the first book to analyse fundamental reforms in Hong Kong Competition Law.

Notă biografică

Conor Quigley KC is a barrister specialising in EU, competition and regulatory law at Serle Court Chambers.Suzanne Rab is a barrister specialising in EU, competition and regulatory law at Serle Court Chambers.


1. The Competition Ordinance 1.1 A new competition law for Hong Kong 1.2 The Competition Rules 1.3 Undertakings and the Competition Ordinance 1.4 Market definition in the competition rules 2. The First Conduct Rule: Agreements that Harm Competition 2.1 The First Conduct Rule 2.2 Agreements, concerted practices and decisions of undertakings2.3 Object or effect of harming competition 2.4 Agreements that may contravene the First Conduct Rule 2.5 Exclusions and exemptions from the First Conduct Rule 3. The Second Conduct Rule: Abuse of Substantial Market Power 3.1 The Second Conduct Rule 3.2 Assessment of substantial market power 3.3 Abuse of substantial market power 3.4 Conduct that constitutes an abuse of market power 3.5 Exclusions and exemptions from the Second Conduct Rule 4. The Merger Rule 4.1 Scope of the Merger Rule 4.2 Competition assessment 4.3 Exclusion based on economic efficiencies 5. Enforcement Procedures for the Competition Rules 5.1 Enforcement procedures 5.2 Applications for Commission decisions on exclusions and exemptions and block exemption order from the Conduct Rules5.3 Complaints to the Competition Commission 5.4 Investigations by the Competition Commission 5.5 Leniency 5.6 Procedures and enforcement in merger cases 5.7 Proceedings before the Competition Tribunal 5.8 Appeals from the Competition Tribunal5.9 Follow-on actions 6. The Telco Rule: the prohibition on exploitative conduct by a dominant telecommunications licensee 6.1 The Telco Rule 6.2 Market definition 6.3 Dominant position 6.4 Exploitative conduct 6.5 Enforcement of the Telco Rule 7. Competition and Hong Kong's major economic sectors 7.1 Construction 7.2 Energy 7.3 Financial services 7.4 Retail7.5 Telecommunications and broadcasting 7.6 Transport 8. Comparative Competition Law: China, Japan and South Korea 8.1 Competition law in China and Hong Kong 8.2 Competition law in Japan 8.3 Competition law in South Korea


The authors are to be heartily congratulated for producing a work of this quality. I warmly recommend it not only to legal practitioners but also to anyone who desires a serious understanding of competition law in Hong Kong.
... the authors have probably achieved that rare feat of writing a practitioner text with the status of being an instant classic ... This is an excellent book providing a comprehensive, detailed, and clear treatment of the relevant law in Hong Kong, setting the discussion firmly within its relevant socio-economic context.