SHANGHAI, June 9 (Reuters) - China has launched a review into potential anti-competitive behaviour across 80 major industries, including autos, pharmaceuticals and alcoholic drinks, a Ministry of Commerce official said on Monday. The Ministry of Commerce, one of China's three anti-trust regulators, sent a notice to the country's major industry associations last month, asking them to help collect information from their member companies in an anti-monopoly survey, according to a ...
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