Interview conducted by Nicolas Charbit, Editor, Concurrences and Séverine Schrameck, Partner, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. General In October 2021, you left the Competition Authority after a five-year term. In a speech to the competition community, you took stock of your work and said that the "Authority is not the same as it was five yearsago". Under your chairmanship, the "Authority has positioned itself as an open, educational player; a 'think tank' for Parliament and the government, identifying and proposing bold reforms". To describe the Authority that you have helped to strengthen, you use the term "arbitrator" and not "gendarme", but also "regulator". What difference do you make between economic regulation and competition law? How do you see the Authority's role in areas

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