The Hong Kong Competition Commission will be ready
to start operating this year, and is expected to publish its
final draft guidelines on Monday, according to its
Hong Kong is one of the few jurisdictions without
an operating competition regime. The Legislative Council
(LegCo) passed the Competition Ordinance in 2012, and the
Competition Commission has been preparing for its
implementation since members were announced in April 2013. It
released draft guidelines last October.
Anna Wu, chairperson of the Competition Commission,
today revealed that the regulator will begin operations this
"The Commission itself is aiming or being de facto ready by the middle of 2015, or a few
months from now," she said, speaking at conference on fighting
cartels through the Hong Kong Competition Ordinance.
Hong Kong’s Competition Commission will publish
its final draft guidelines on Monday;It will also publish a
guide detailing its approach to...