The Hynix and Samsungs of this world will simply get a piddly slap in the hand for colluding about ten years from now, which they'll have made many times over by colluding. Monopolies. Unregulated Capitalism at its finest.
Other way around actually, Asian markets are *very* strongly regulated to the point where those without deep government connections need not apply. If they actually did the laissez-faire thing over there, the chaebol and keiretsu would both immediately collapse under the crushing weight of all that quasi-feudalistic inefficiency. But considering that that this arrangement has worked out very well for the Japanese and spectacularly well
for the Koreans it's unlikely to change any time soon.