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China: Amendment of Unfair Competition Law Proposed

(Mar. 20, 2017) On February 26, 2017, the National People’s Congress (NPC) of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) published the Amendment of Unfair Competition Law (Draft for Comments) (the Draft) online, to solicit public opinions on the Draft.  Comments from the public may be submitted until March 25, 2017, online at www.npc.gov.cn, or by […]

Thailand: Corruption Court Established

(Oct. 10, 2016) On October 4, 2016, Thailand opened a specialized corruption court, with an initial load of 70 cases. The purpose of having a dedicated court is to expand the reach of prosecution of corruption offenses to the private sector and lower levels of government and to resolve corruption cases more quickly.  (Scott Heidler, […]

Cambodia: Judicial System Criticized for Treatment of Rape Victims

(Dec. 2, 2015) On November 29, 2015, the Cambodian human rights nongovernmental organization Licadho released a report entitled Getting Away with It: The Treatment of Rape in Cambodia’s Justice System, as part of its 16-day initiative focused on gender-based violence.   (Latest Human Rights News, Licadho website (last visited Nov. 29, 2015).)  Licadho, which was founded […]