*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. On 17 December 2020, the Competition Authority made public a document from the SNCF for which the incumbent rail operator sets out the reasons why it is requesting to be relieved, in whole or in part, of four of the twelve commitments it has entered into in 2014 and which have been made binding by the decision no. 14-D-11 of 2 October 2014. It also sets out in detail the content of the amendments that it wishes to see approved by the Competition Authority. In order to be able to form an opinion on the stakes involved in such a revision of the commitments, the Authority is launching a market test intended to challenge the SNCF's demands. Interested third
ALERTS: UNILATERAL PRACTICES - FRANCE - RAIL TRANSPORT - COMMITMENTS - MARKET TEST
Market test: The French Competition Authority publishes a request for review of the commitments made in 2014 by the incumbent railway operator, which is ahead of growing competition in the market for the distribution of train tickets (SNCF)
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