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Dialogue 2011-12-08 Anti-monopoly campaign in China

12-08-2011 21:04 BJT

China is launching a probe against the nation's two telecommunications giants, China Unicom and China Telecom, over their suspected monopoly of broadband access services. It was the first time since the Anti-Monopoly Law came into effect in 2008 that the central government has opened an investigation into large enterprises. According to the law, authorities can decide to end anti-monopoly investigations if the business operators promise to take action to correct their practices. An anti-trust investigation against China's own SOEs may mean a lot to the transformation of the economic system. 
Anti-monopoly probe     ?¨Total Votes??Loading??
1.Are you satisfied with the plans to rectify the broadband business submitted by China Unicom and China Telecom?
A. Yes
B. No
C. Hard to say
2.Do you think NDRC should stop its anti-monopoly probe against the two companies?
A. Yes
B. No
C. Hard to say
3.What do you think will be improved?
A. The broadband speeds will be raised and costs lower
B. Other telecommunications companies will benefit
C. China Mobile will acquire the fixed-line broadband operator license
D. No change

Dialogue 2011-12-08 Anti-monopoly campaign in China

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