*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The administration is stubborn; that is its least flaw. In the face of the outcry over the proposal to give the Minister of the Economy the power to issue injunctions and to settle "anti-competitive micro-practices", one might have expected a change in the public authorities on this issue. This is almost certainly not the case. Let us recall the stages of gestation of the proposed draft project... The first step: The draft order and the reactions to it In what was then the draft LME law included an article authorising the government to intervene by means of an ordinance in order to adopt measures falling within the scope of the law and necessary for the
CASE COMMENT : PROCEDURE - MODERNISATION OF THE ECONOMY ACT
LME: The Governement publishes a draft Decree implementing the LME Act
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