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July 27, 2011


Tim Morgan

Three agencies charged with promoting competition agree to cooperate -- hmm, might it not be better were they to COMPETE with each other to achieve tangible procompetitive results? It's not like the U.S. has written the book on remedies (e.g., Microsoft). At least the EU knows better than to kowtow (er, in Pinin, ketou, meaning "knock head") to US antitrust policy.


To cooperate in specific cases, "when in the investigating agencies' common interest". Ha! When, if ever, will there be a "common interest" between the Chinese government and any other world government?


Doesn't China have something of a poor track record in enforcing business laws?

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