The SNCF takes steps towards the increased autonomy of its subsidiary Keolis in the market of advice and technical assistance to urban transporters. The Autorité de la concurrence consults the market on the proposed commitments* Within the scope of a procedure initiated before the Autorité de la concurrence by Transdev, the SNCF group has proposed a series of commitments designed to strengthen the autonomy of its subsidiary Keolis and not to mobilise the group's rail resources in tender bids in the markets of advice, technical assistance and support to transport network operators. The Autorité de la concurrence is launching a market test to check whether these proposed commitments are sufficient to allay the competition concerns that it has identified. The sector Communes and local
The French Competition Authority receives commitments from a railway company aimed at increasing the autonomy of its subsidiary in the market for advice and technical assistance to transport network operators (SNCF / Keolis / Transdev)
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