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HK's Competition Commission staff quit amid fight for change

Incoming head Brent Snyder, a former US Justice Department prosecutor, faces many challenges

Companies in Hong Kong have long engaged in price agreements and sharing information - conduct that hurts consumers, says the Competition Commission. 

Hong Kong

IT TOOK 10 years of talks for Hong Kong to pass an antitrust law. But about 18 months after it took effect, the city's Competition Commission has seen multiple senior departures as it battles to change a culture of price controls and quasi-legal cartels.

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