CASE COMMENTS: GENERAL – FRANCE – EUROPEAN COMPETITION POLICY – MODERNIZATION – FRENCH SÉNATE – REPORT AND PROPOSED REFORMS

European competition policy: The French Senate contributes to the current debates on the nature and aims of the European competition policy, and put forward some proposals of reform

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. These are great times. Admittedly, the statement may come as a surprise or even a shock in these troubled times in terms of health and the economy, but for those who are interested in the foundations and aims of European competition law, these are exciting times. There is no shortage of works that question the notion of "fairness" in competition law, the pursuit by competition law of objectives traditionally considered to be outside its scope (gender equality, environmental protection, animal welfare), the supposed narrowness of the concept of "consumer welfare", etc. Everywhere, there are increasing calls for a more or less wide-ranging reform of

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Michel Debroux, European competition policy: The French Senate contributes to the current debates on the nature and aims of the European competition policy, and put forward some proposals of reform, 8 July 2020, Concurrences N° 4-2020, Art. N° 97540, pp. 120-121

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