*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The Law for Growth, Activity and Equal Economic Opportunity (known as the Macron Law) was enacted on 6 August 2015. It provides for a number of measures relating to competition law, both substantive and procedural. The former, which concern merger control, the liberalisation of coach transport, the reform of the regulated professions and the powers of the Competition Authority with regard to groupings of purchasing or listing agencies, will be discussed in detail in this issue, under the heading "The Authority in the Macron Law". In this column, we will limit ourselves to a presentation of the procedural arrangements for dealing with anti-competitive
CASE COMMENTS: PROCEDURES - MACRON LAW – SETTLEMENT
Settlement : The French President signs the law on growth, activity and equal opportunity (Macron Law)
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