An antitrust action will proceed against Chinese companies that claim they were compelled by their government to fix the price of vitamin C in violation of U.S. law. Eastern District of New York Judge David Trager held that the record was too "ambiguous" to foreclose further inquiry into the voluntariness of the business decisions by four major manufacturers, who together control more than two-thirds of the market.
Antitrust Suit Proceeds Against Chinese Vitamin C Makers
New York Law Journal
November 13, 2008