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The period under review confirms, as in the previous period, the growth of litigation before the administrative courts. It also confirms the importance of certain recurring issues, such as the statute of limitations, international jurisdiction, and compensation for the prejudicial effect of time. Finally, the question of access to documents containing business secrets or information transmitted in the course of negotiated procedures has given rise to an important ruling by the Court of Cassation, which specifies the terms of the proportionality control that the judge must carry out.
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