Jingdong v. tmall and Alibaba’s abuse of market dominance, known as the first case of “two choices one”, have made new progress. From November 24 to November 26, the Beijing Higher People’s court organized a closed cross examination of the case. In November 28, 2017, Jingdong filed a lawsuit against Tmall and Alibaba against abuse of dominant market position against the Beijing high court.

claims Ali abused the dominant position of the Chinese mainland B2C online retail platform market. The implementation of the “two election one” constitutes a restricted transaction under the abuse of market dominated territory. The case was filed in Beijing High Court on December 8, 2017. < p > < p > on December 26, 2017, Ali filed a jurisdictional objection to the Beijing High Court on this case, holding that the case was an anti-monopoly infringement lawsuit, and the regional jurisdiction should be determined by the place of Ali’s residence and the place of infringement, and requested that the case be transferred to Zhejiang Higher People’s court. On December 17, 2018, the Beijing High Court ruled in the first instance of jurisdiction objection, rejecting Ali’s application for jurisdiction objection. Ali was not satisfied and appealed to the Supreme People’s Court on December 29, 2018. On July 3, 2019, after hearing, the Supreme People’s court held that the Beijing High Court had jurisdiction over the case of abuse of market dominance, and rejected Ali’s appeal. < / P > < p > in recent years, the state has continuously and rapidly promoted the anti-monopoly work. From the anti-monopoly law, anti unfair competition law to e-commerce law, the state has issued many heavy-duty laws and regulations to regulate and govern the behaviors affecting fair market competition in various industries, especially in the field of Internet e-commerce. In particular, on November 10, the State Administration of Market Supervision issued the “anti monopoly guide on the field of platform economy” (Draft for comments), which is aimed at the increasingly fierce monopoly behavior in the field of Internet platform economy. It clearly lists “one of two” or behaviors with the same effect and exclusive transactions, which are likely to constitute restricted transactions. It is said that “gta5” will be launched on Google cloud game platform stadia