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Angela Huyue Zhang: Who is guarding China's trust busters?

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File photo of visitors walking at Audi's exhibition booth at Auto China 2014 in Beijing in April. China said August 6, it will punish foreign car makers Audi and Chrysler as well as some 10 Japanese spare-part makers for violating the country's anti-monopoly law.   © Reuters

The National Development and Reform Commission, China's forceful economic planner and industrial regulator, has recently grabbed headlines at home and abroad as an aggressive antitrust enforcer.

     In February 2013, two of the commission's provincial units imposed $70 million in fines on well-known Chinese liquor companies Kweichow Moutai and Wuliangye Yibin.

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