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

Conference - Public authorities and competition : Reasons and limits of public bodies acting as economic undertakings (Round Table II - Paris, 7 May 2010)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Reasons and limits of public bodies acting as economic undertakingsMichel PINAULT Public authorities, through their power both as potential producers of goods and services and as purchasers of these same goods, are in a fairly central position in the competitive game in our country and more broadly in Europe. In their role as purchasers of goods and services, public authorities benefit from a panoply of extremely detailed regulations. In their role as producers of goods and services, they are increasingly subject to the rules of ordinary law, particularly for everything that escapes the non-market and which is, as the case law of the Court of Justice

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Emmanuel Glaser, Patrick Hubert, Anne le Strat, Phillipe Leroy, Michel Pinault, Conference - Public authorities and competition : Reasons and limits of public bodies acting as economic undertakings (Round Table II - Paris, 7 May 2010), September 2010, Concurrences N° 3-2010, Art. N° 32293, www.concurrences.com

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