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On The Legal Issues Of The Tencent V.Qihoo

Posted on:2017-03-14Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:J Y SongFull Text:PDF
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Since China’s current "anti-monopoly law" enacted in 2007, the field of Internet antitrust litigation-prone, especially the monopoly Tencent v. Qihoo dispute greatest impact. The case after the first trial, the second trial, the Supreme Court finally put a stop to. Which affect more profound question, it is necessary to be involved in this case refers to the problem of the definition of the relevant market, the problem of identification of market dominance and abuse of its dominant market behavior and other issues. To solve these problems, this article will be divided into five chapters to discuss.The first chapter introduces the Tencent v. Qihoo case basic facts and summarized the focus of controversy in the case.The second chapter analyzes the problem of defining the relevant market in this case,this part is analyzed from the relevant product market and the relevant geographic market in two ways.The third chapter is the analysis of market dominance case identified, the importance of this part of the proposed decline in market share, while other factors such as the degree of difficulty of entering the relevant market is a key factor important consideration.The fourth chapter analyzes the abuse of market dominance behavior problem of identification, this case relates to the chapter "bundling" and "alternative" reasonable restriction of competition and two acts on competition and the impact and effectiveness of behavior Tencent legitimacy in terms of whether an abuse of dominant market position are analyzed.Finally, the case is an inspiration for the future of the Internet industry antitrust,including the Internet industry antitrust particularity and significance of the Internet industry antitrust case, in addition to future needs further attention, in order to maintain the sustained and healthy development of the Internet industry.
Keywords/Search Tags:Monopoly, Related market, Dominant market position, Abuse of dominant market position, Internet industry
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