This article posted on our partner site discusses whether a non-competition clause in a joint venture agreement is permissible under China’s 2008 Anti-monopoly Law. Citing a number of reasons, it argues that a non-competition clause would not, on its face, be considered a violation of the legislation and could be enforceable. It also recommends that certain steps be taken when negotiating such a clause to help ensure its enforceability.

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