The French Administrative Supreme Court rules that EC competition provisions do not prevent public institutions to act as services providers competing with private undertakings (Guiavarc’h)

Gweltaz Guiavarc'h claimed that the provisions relating to the conditions in which the public universities and the public research agencies can provide research services on the market broke

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Jean-Yves Chérot, The French Administrative Supreme Court rules that EC competition provisions do not prevent public institutions to act as services providers competing with private undertakings (Guiavarc’h), 5 September 2001, e-Competitions September 2001, Art. N° 14024

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