China on Thursday set up a new office for the National Anti-monopoly Bureau, a new government agency responsible for antitrust enforcement, state-owned news site The Paper reported. The new antitrust bureau is located in the same building in Beijing as the State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR). On Monday, China’s State Council appointed Gan Lin, deputy minister of SAMR, to head the anti-monopoly bureau. [The Paper, in Chinese]