*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The Pôle 5 Chambre 7 of the Paris Court of Appeal has just handed down a decision, following a referral from the Court of Cassation, which is surprising in terms of both its operative provisions and its reasoning. It will be remembered that the Competition Council (Cons. conc, 23 Dec. 2004), and then the Court of Appeal (Paris, 28 June 2005), had ruled that the Régie départementale des passages de la Vendée, which had a
Relevant market: The Paris Court of Appeal states that the definition of the relevant market must be specific when the competitor in position of abuse of dominant position is a service of general economic interest (Vedettes Vendéennes)
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