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O’Melveny’s Bush Discusses Retail Price Maintenance in China Law & Practice Article九月 10, 2013 O’Melveny & Myers partner Nate Bush recently authored an article, titled “The NDRC Campaigns Against RPM” for China Law & Practice’s September/October 2013 issue. According to the article, the Anti-Monopoly Law (AML) addresses retail price maintenance (RPM) as a vertical monopoly agreement, which is subject to anti-trust enforcement programs by the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC). In the article, Bush covers topics including a substantive analysis of RPM, unilateral price guidance, as well as penitence and penalties of AML violators.
Bush is a member of the Antitrust and Competition Practice, and resides in the Firm’s Singapore office.