*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Undertakings entrusted with a public service mission and offering simultaneously services in a competitive market, you can now set your prices without fear of being worried about predatory pricing!! At least that is what emerges from the reading of a judgment delivered today, June 9. 2009, on referral from the Court of Cassation, by the Paris Court of Appeal in the case of the Vendee stars. In order to dismiss the action brought against the Decision No 04-D-79 of the Competition Council of 23 December 2004 relating to practices implemented by the Régie départementale des water crossings of the Vendée (RDPEV), the Court of Appeal, after a confusing,
ALERTS : PUBLIC SECTOR - PREDATORY PRICES
Predatory prices: The Paris Court of Appeal refuses to practice competition law and rejects the appeals in a case regarding predatory prices put in place by a public body also operating on a competitive market (Affaire des vedettes vendéennes)
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