CASE COMMENT: UNILATERAL PRACTICES - ABUSE OF DOMINANT POSITION - DISCRIMINATORY PRACTICES - EXCESSIVELY LOW PRICES

Excessive low prices: The French Competition Council rejects claims made against the National Geographic Institute for excessively low prices and discriminatory practices (IGN)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. – Concordant Consensus, Dec. n° 06-D-23 of 21 July 2006 on the situation of competition in the map publishing and tourist information sectors (IGN) The leaders of the National Geographic Institute (NGI) certainly no longer need a map to find the Rue de l'Échelle. The Competition Council has once again had to rule on the competition situation in the map publishing and tourist information sectors (see also Cons. conc., dec. no. 03-D-62 of 18 December 2003 relating to practices noted during the award of a study contract by the Dijon conurbation; Cons. conc., notice no. 04-A-12 of 30 June 2004 relating to a draft decree modifying the missions carried out by the

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Anne Wachsmann, Excessive low prices: The French Competition Council rejects claims made against the National Geographic Institute for excessively low prices and discriminatory practices (IGN), 21 July 2006, Concurrences N° 4-2006, Art. N° 12483, p. 73

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