CASE COMMENT: ANTICOMPETITIVE PRACTICES - PUBLIC TENDERS - AGREEMENTS - GROUP OF COMPANIES

Various anticompetitive practices: The French Competition Council adopts various decisions against anticompetitive practices (Côte d’Or Roadwork, Somme Department Road planning, Meuse Department public works)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Concordant Consensus, Dec. 05-D-17 of April 27, 2005, on the situation of competition in the roadworks sector in Côte d'Or. Cons. conc. dec. no. 05-D-24 of May 31, 2005, Public contracts for road development in the Somme department Cons. conc. dec. n° 05-D-26 of 9 June 2005 relating to public works contracts in the Meuse department (press release of 13 June 2005) Agreements in bidding on calls for tenders, no matter how trivial or multiple, provide an opportunity to remind the public of the basic conditions of the competitive process. For a market to work satisfactorily, three conditions must be met: First of all, each of the suppliers must make its

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Emmanuelle Claudel, Various anticompetitive practices: The French Competition Council adopts various decisions against anticompetitive practices (Côte d’Or Roadwork, Somme Department Road planning, Meuse Department public works), 27 April 2005, Concurrences N° 3-2005, Art. N° 1165, pp. 71-72

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