French distribution law following adoption of Macron law

With this new Trends issue related to the last evolutions of the French distribution law, the review Concurrences carries on its work on the most important competition issues raised by the Macron law adopted on August 6th, 2015. From small adjustments in transparency law to genuine developments on distribution network framing or on buyers’ power control, each reform gives rise to the same results: those of a strong legislative activity with worthy goals but also usually without consistency… and necessarily disrupting for economic operators related sectors.

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. (On the "institutional" side of the Macron Law, see also the dossier directed by Francesco Martucci available in the previous issue of the journal Concurrences.) Introduction Jean-Christophe Roda Aggregate of Law Faculties Professor, University of Toulon, CDPC-JCE (UMR-CNRS 7318) Associate member, LDPSC (Aix-Marseille University) 1. Decidedly, the magazine Concurrences has not finished with Law No. 2015-990 of 6 August 2015 for growth, activity and equal economic opportunities, known as the "Macron Law"! It must be said that the legislator has been ambitious. He was not afraid to tackle a very large part of French economic law, through a text rich of more

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