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Freedom of enterprise implies the freedom to choose one’s activity and legal organisation. Does it imply the freedom to define one’s pricing policy? Far from being an act of sovereignty, the decision to set its prices is for the company a management decision combining economic considerations and strategy, and is subject to a legal framework that tempers the principle of freedom of prices and competition officially affirmed.