TEXT COMMENT: COLLUSIVE PRACTICES - THRESHOLD - DE MINIMIS

De minimis rule: The French Government publishes the regulation introducing de minimis rule in French law (Ordinance 25 March 2004)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Order n° 2004-274 of 25 March 2004 simplifying the law and formalities for companies (sensitivity threshold, art. 24-II) French competition law has been on the move in recent years. After the New Economic Regulations Act of 15 May 2001, new adjustments have just been made and others have been announced (see G. DAMY, Les réformes législatives du droit français de la concurrence, Contrats, conc. consom. nov. 2003, p. 14). Community law has for many years exempted so-called minor agreements from the principle of prohibition of

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Emmanuelle Claudel, De minimis rule: The French Government publishes the regulation introducing de minimis rule in French law (Ordinance 25 March 2004) , 25 March 2004, Concurrences N° 1-2004, Art. N° 1569, p. 56

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