*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. On 6 October, the Competition Council issued a decision concerning alleged subsidy practices. competition-distorting cross-subsidies implemented by an public enterprise with a legal monopoly and using resources from its monopolistic activity to subsidize a new activity. Since Decision No. 00-D-50 of March 5, 2001 (Française des games), the Competition Council has on several occasions recalled that it is lawful, for a public undertaking which has a position dominant in a market by virtue of a statutory monopoly, to enter a or competitive markets, provided that it does not abuse its dominant position to restrict or attempt to restrict access to the market for
CASE COMMENTS: UNILATERAL PRACTICES - ABUS DE POSITION DOMINANTE - MONOPOLE LEGAL - SUBVENTION CROISEE
Abuse of dominant position : The Competition Council refuses to condemn the SNCF for cross-subsidy
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