Antitrust lawyers are gearing up for a new law in one of the world’s largest and fastest-growing economies.

China’s first anti-monopoly law goes into effect on Aug. 1, and attorneys at global firms are trying to figure out how it will affect their clients, particularly multinational corporations with significant market share there. There are also concerns about whether politics will play a role in the implementation of the new law.

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