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Competition Issues for Distribution and Supply Agreements in Hong Kong

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If you advise clients who do business in Hong Kong, you should read this new practice note on Competition Issues for Distribution and Supply Agreements in Hong Kong prepared by Stephen Crosswell, Tom Jenkins and Vivian Yuen Yau Tsang from Baker McKenzie. The practice note can be accessed here: https://uk.practicallaw.thomsonreuters.com/w-034-8832

In the note, the authors discuss the antitrust and competition risks associated with common price-related terms, geographic and territorial restrictions, customer restrictions, sales channel restrictions, exclusivity, tying and bundling, and other considerations for dealing with competitors in a distribution context in Hong Kong.

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By Mri Shankarla
Legal Editor

Mri is a Legal Editor at Thomson Reuters. She is a law student in her final semester at the University of Sydney.

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