*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Laurence Idot. Commissioner, Secretary of State, ladies and gentlemen and, if I may, dear friends, I have the great honour, but above all the great pleasure, to open this morning on behalf of the magazine Concurrencesthis half-day devoted to the place of competition in the new Treaty . I will not use the term "simplified treaty", which is a common term in France: not only does this qualifier not correspond to reality but, more importantly, it is not the official term: it should in fact be referred to as the "Reform Treaty". I would like to begin by thanking the Commissioner and the Secretary of State for European Affairs, as well as all our speakers,
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