New Caledonia Competition Authority (Noumea)

Aurélie Zoude-Le-Berre

New Caledonia Competition Authority (Noumea)
President

Aurélie Zoude-Le Berre is the President of the New Caledonia Competition Authority since February 2018. Former student of the École normale supérieure de Cachan (Major), she holds an advanced degree ("agrégation") in economics and management (2001), and an advanced diploma ("Diplôme d’études supérieures spécialisées") in European and affairs law from the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne (2002). Previously a Case Officer at the Conseil de la concurrence (which became the Autorité de la concurrence) from February 2003 to September 2008, she was lawyer (administrateur) in the National Assembly between 2008 and 2018.

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University of Perpignan
New Caledonia Competition Authority (Noumea)
New Caledonia Competition Authority (Noumea)

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Aurélie Zoude-Le-Berre (Autorité de la Concurrence de la Nouvelle Calédonie)
Aurélie Zoude-Le-Berre 9 January 2020 Paris

Articles

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Walid Chaiehloudj, Benoît Cœuré, Christophe Venture, Aurélie Zoude-Le-Berre, Nicolas Genty, Antoine Callot, Matthieu Pujuguet, Déborah Higuero, Virginie Elissalde Competition law enforcement according to the three French competition authorities in French overseas territories (Nouméa, 27 juillet 2022)

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Abstract On 27 July 2022 in Noumea, the New Caledonian Competition Authority organized an anniversary conference to celebrate the fourth year of its establishment. The aim of the conference was to compare the views of the three French competition authorities (the French Competition Authority, (...)

Aurélie Zoude-Le-Berre New Caledonia: In a decision dated March 24, 2022, the Paris Court of Appeal confirmed in all respects the decision of inadmissibility and rejection for lack of evidence n° 2020-PAC-04 of October 5, 2020 of the New Caledonian Competition Authority in the film sector (SECH)

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**The processing of the initial complaint by the CCNA The Société d’Exploitation des Cinémas Hickson (SECH) has had a de facto monopoly on the market for theatrical cinema exhibition in Greater Nouméa since 2004, when the only other cinema closed. Between August 2019 and August 2020, SECH filed a (...)

Stephane Retterer, Jacques Merot, Rod Sims, Aurélie Zoude-Le-Berre, Deborah Healey, Tehono Marchal, Robin Simpson, Antonino Troianiello, Hervé Lallemant Antitrust regimes in the Pacific region

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This On-Topic considers the competition regimes of the Pacific jurisdictions of Australia, French Polynesia and New Caledonia in the context of their respective market conditions. It seeks to determine whether there is uniformity in approach in the region, but finds that each jurisdiction has (...)

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