*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Marie-Dominique HAGELSTEEN The first round table was entitled "Competition policy and other public policies: how to reconcile them in the making of laws? "addresses an original and relatively undeveloped theme, that of the relationship between competition policy and other public policies. Competition policy is known and does not need to be described. It has existed since the signing of the Treaty of Rome between all the Member States of the European Union. It has been a powerful means for the Community authorities to create and promote the internal market. France has brought itself up to standard, relying on Brussels, both with the ordinance of 1986 but
CONFERENCE - ENTRETIENS DU CONSEIL D’ETAT - PARIS - 07 MAI 2010
Conference - Public authorities : Mitigating competition concerns and other public interests for MPs (Round table I - Paris, 7 May 2010)
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