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Compete if you can

27 Oct 2009 By John Foley

Individual customers are taking on China s biggest domestic firms, but the antitrust regime has been more visible in shackling foreigners like CocaCola, ABInbev and GM when they bid for Chinese assets. The halfbaked regulatory framework risks preserving a stodgy state sector.

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