CASE COMMENTS: PUBLIC SECTOR - FREEDOM TO EXERCISE ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES – COMPETITION RULES – MISSION OF GENERAL INTEREST – CONCILIATION – MAPPING

Freedom to exercise economic activities : The French Supreme Administrative Court considers that the priority given to the missions of cartography of the IGN (French national geographical institute) respects the competition rules and the freedom to exercise economic activities (IMAO, InterAtlas)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Like other missions of general interest, those of the National Institute of Geographic and Forestry Information (IGN) are likely to be confronted with the rules of competition and the freedom of trade and industry, as shown again by the decision of the Council of State of 21 November 2014 IMAO and InterAtlas. Indeed, the decision presented is in line with the questions that may have been raised at the time of the redefinition of the status of the IGN (see, for example, P. Terneyre, "Le nouveau statut de l'Institut géographique national ou comment le droit de la concurrence vient s'iminterse dans tous les secteurs de l'action publique", RLC 2005, No. 2,

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Fabien Tesson, Freedom to exercise economic activities : The French Supreme Administrative Court considers that the priority given to the missions of cartography of the IGN (French national geographical institute) respects the competition rules and the freedom to exercise economic activities (IMAO, InterAtlas), 21 November 2014, Concurrences N° 1-2015, Art. N° 71466, pp. 218-219

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