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The French Competition Authority issues an opinion regarding potential competition problems raised by the planned privatisation of mixed-economy motorway operators

Press Release published on the official website of the French Competition Authority.

Motorway Privatisation: The Conseil de la concurrence considers that the regulation of private monopolies resulting from privatisation will create difficulties unless a series of obligations are imposed on the future operators.* The Conseil de la concurrence received a request for opinion from the French Association for the Maintaining of Competition on the Motorway Network (Association pour le maintien de la concurrence sur le réseau autoroutier, AMCRA), which is made up of independent public works firms. The request concerned the potential competition problems that may be raised by privatisation of the mixed-economy motorway operators (Sociétés d'économie mixtes concessionaires d'autoroutes, SEMCA), particularly for motorway maintenance markets. Today the Conseil has published an

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French Competition Authority, The French Competition Authority issues an opinion regarding potential competition problems raised by the planned privatisation of mixed-economy motorway operators, 2 December 2005, e-Competitions Bulletin December 2005, Art. N° 61028

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