Hong Kong’s competition watchdog takes 5 IT firms to tribunal in first action under new law

Any form of bid rigging is a serious breach of the competition law no matter the method or who is involved, Hong Kong’s antitrust tribunal heard on Wednesday in its first case since the ordinance was fully implemented in December 2015. The city’s …
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