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Isabelle de Silva (French Competition Authority) : The French Competition Authority, between renewal and continuity

Mrs. Isabelle de Silva, the new President of the French Competition Authority, explains in this interview the Authority’s role and its priorities in the french, european and international context.

Interview conducted by Anne Wachsmann, Linklaters, Paris.

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. A wind of renewal is blowing in France. The ADLC sort of preceded it with your appointment almost eight months ago. In the meantime, a new general rapporteur, Stanislas Martin, has succeeded Virginie Beaumeunier, who has been in office for eight years. And Étienne Chantrel was recently appointed head of department for concentrations. What meaning do you wish to give to these changes? What opportunities do they offer both in terms of the ADLC's internal organisation and in relation to the outside world? The vagaries of the calendar have led to this renewal, in a short period of time, of the Authority's key officials. I am pleased that, thanks to the

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  • French Competition Authority (Paris)
  • Linklaters (Paris)

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Isabelle de Silva, Anne Wachsmann, Isabelle de Silva (French Competition Authority) : The French Competition Authority, between renewal and continuity, September 2017, Concurrences N° 3-2017, Art. N° 84399, pp.9-14

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