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Daniel FASQUELLE (French National Assembly): A professor’s take of lawmaking

Interview conducted by Jean-Louis Fourgoux, Partner, Fidal, Paris.

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article in French, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Daniel Fasquelle, you defended a doctoral thesis on the rule of reason in European competition law before becoming a professor of law and, since 2007, Member of Parliament for Pas-de-Calais. You are also a holder of the CAPA. Can you give us your opinion on the development of competition law over the last twenty years? If there was only one idea, it would be the desire to make competition law more effective. Indeed, no major decision can be taken in the economic world in 2018 without taking account of the matter. The French and European competition authorities, by imposing ever higher fines, have been able to make the economic world listen and

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Daniel Fasquelle, Jean-Louis Fourgoux, Daniel FASQUELLE (French National Assembly): A professor’s take of lawmaking, May 2018, Concurrences N° 2-2018, Art. N° 86770, pp. 6-10

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