*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. After Paris two years ago, the second edition of the Franco-German Competition Days was held at the Bundeskartellamt headquarters in Bonn on Friday 22 September 2006. The aim of these days is to strengthen the links and dialogue between the French competition authorities - the Conseil de la concurrence, which this year was joined by the DGCCRF - and the German competition authorities - the Bundeskartellamt. This year, the organizers of the event had chosen to deal with the protection of SMEs by competition law. A curious idea, one might say... How can competition law still affect SMEs? Isn't its main purpose, at least since the end of the nineties, to deal
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SME : The 2nd Franco-German Days of Competition on the theme of the protection of the SME are taking place
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