Dominique Brault (Herbert Smith): Competition policy and the changes and evolution of French State and its economy trough the 80s’

Interview conducted by Laurence Idot, Professor, University Panthéon-Assas (Paris II), Member, College of the French Competition Authority, Paris.

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. L.I.: Could you retrace your entire career, since most of our readers knew you after 1986 as a lawyer, a professor, or even President of the AFEC? D.B.: I'll skip over my beginnings in the Administration and at the Competition Commission since I mentioned them in the 2009 testimony that you publish below. When my two four-year terms as general rapporteur of the Competition Commission came to an end, I was assigned to the State Control Corps. This allowed me to organise my work fairly freely and to diversify my activities so as not to let go of the extraordinary developments in competition law, even though I no longer had an active role in this field.

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