1. According to China Anti-Monopoly Law, we need the following information in order to evaluate whether a deal reaches the threshold of concentration filing in China:
a. The worldwide turnovers of the two parties.
To evaluate whether a certain concentration triggers anti-monopoly review, China’s authority looks at all turnover figures of all concentrating parties, regardless of spheres of business those turnovers are derived from. The only exception is that where the concentration involves asset acquisition, the turnover calculation for the seller refers to the turnover specific to the concentration.