Seminar on Public Interest Litigation . Public Interest Litigation Against Monopolies in China Mao, Xiaofei Beijing Dongfang Public Interest Litigation and Legal Aid Law Firm October 2011 India. Gandhi’s Fight Against Salt Monopoly in 1930s.
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Seminar on Public Interest Litigation Public Interest Litigation Against Monopolies in China Mao, XiaofeiBeijing Dongfang Public Interest Litigation and Legal Aid Law Firm October 2011India
Gandhi’s Fight Against Salt Monopoly in 1930s On March 12, 1930, Gandhi and his 78 male followers set out, on foot, for the coastal village of Dandi some 240 miles from their starting point in Sabarmati, a journey which lasted 23 days. On April 6th he picked up a lump of mud and salt and boiled it in seawater to make the commodity which no Indian could legally produce salt.
Part I: Public Interest Activities Against Salt Monopoly by Dongfang A. Salt Monopoly in China: An Overview 1.Salt Monopoly as State Fiscal Policy in Ancient China 2. The Republic and its Current Salt Monopoly Regulations 2.1 Who are the Monopolists? 2.2 New Public Interest Legitimacy 2.3 Social Costs v. Social Benefits
Part I: Public Interest Activities Against Salt Monopoly by Dongfang B. Liaoqi v. Beijing Salt Company of China Salt C. Criminal Retrial Application by Li Fuming D. Public Interest Appeals - Shangshu (4) E. Applications for Information Disclosure (5)
Part II: The Rising Litigation Movement Against Monopolies A. Chinese Antimonopoly Law (AML) and Economic Constitution 1.Enactment of AML in 2007 2. Special Rules Against Public Power Monopolies 3. Socialist Market Economic and Article 15 of Constitution
Part II: The Rising Litigation Movement Against Monopolies B. 11 Influential Cases Targeting Public Power Monopolies since the Implementation of AML Over 70% of the AML Cases suing against Governmental Bodies or State-owned Enterprises
Part II: The Rising Litigation Movement Against Monopolies C. Role of Lawyers in Antimonopoly Cases D. Impact on Public Interest by Individual Efforts
Part III: Obstacles and Challenges A.Not Filing B. Inadmissible C. Dismiss the Indictment D. Case by Case Mediation
Part IV: Struggle for Freedom of Economic Freedom and Independence A Hero for All of Us
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