Anti-Trust Rules of Vertical Non-Price Restraint in United States——Centered in Territorial Limitations and Customer Restrictions
The United States has accumulated an abundance of juridical experience in implementing the law concerning with vertical non-price restraint regulations, from the reasonable rule applied in White Motor case in 1963, to the illegal per se rule carried out in Schwinn case in 1967, and came back to the reasonable rule in Sylvania case of 1977. By means of learning the U.S. experience and combining the development situation under the Chinese context of market economy with China's legal operation, we can continuously perfect the articles and rules of vertical non-price restraint in the Anti-Monopoly Law of China, and clarify the application of illegal perse rule and reasonable rule. Also, it is a good reference for making Chinese anti-monopoly guidelines and to promote the healthy development and perfection of the legal system, as to focus on the economic analysis of vertical territorial limitations and customer restrictions.
【CateGory Index】： D971.2;DD912.29