*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. How, when the demand for visitors is out of proportion to the capacity of a protected site, optimally manage the flow of visitors any visitors? Through the establishment of a de facto monopoly in the transportation of visitors to said protected site? By the implementation of of competition between transmission companies regulated by the implementation of the with a strict quota policy in place? This was essentially the question put to the Competition Council by the referral brought by a passenger shipping company, the Trans Côte d'Azur, asking the Council to note that the Cistercian Congregation of the Immaculate Conception (CCIC) and the Planaria company
CHRONIQUE : ENTENTE - ABUS DE POSITION DOMINANTE - TRANSPORT DE PASSAGERS - MESURES CONSERVATOIRES
Transport : The Conseil de la concurrence rules that the Cistercian monks of the Isle of Saint Honorat did not ignore competition law by restricting passenger transport to and from the island exclusively to a company under their control
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