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Competition law has always had a special relationship with the economy but, more than ever today, the economy is gaining in power to the point that a real "economization" of competition law is taking place. Rather than a complete absorption of behaviours by effects, economisation leads to a modification of the weighting of the constituent elements of the rule, to the benefit of the economy and to the detriment of the law. Economization does not erase the law but transforms it.