CONFERENCE : ENTRETIENS DU CONSEIL D’ETAT - PARIS - 07 MAI 2010

Conference - Public authorities and competition : Public bodies acting as buyers (Round Table III - Paris, 7 May 2010)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Yves GAUDEMET We will address the issue of public procurement. The purchase operations by public authorities, as well as the offers of services made by them on a market, both meet the requirements of competition when they are located on markets that are themselves competitive. We know how markets have gradually but inevitably opened up to competition. But is it really the same thing? On the supply side, public authorities have long been supervising their competitive activity. By the Nevers retail trade union chamber ruling, the principle of freedom of trade and industry, which, although today deprived of any legal basis since the Allarde decree was

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Yves Gaudemet, Catherine Bergeal, Bertrand Carsin, Jean-Pierre Jouguelet, Yves Carsalade, Conference - Public authorities and competition : Public bodies acting as buyers (Round Table III - Paris, 7 May 2010), September 2010, Concurrences N° 3-2010, Art. N° 32300, www.concurrences.com

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