Droit de la Concurrence (ed.2), Marie-Anne FRISON-ROCHE and Marie-Stéphane PAYET

Marie-Anne Frison-Roche, Marie-Stéphane Payet

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Free competition is a fundamental principle on which the European Union is built. Today, this freedom applies to all markets in the Community and there are hardly any sectors that are exempt from it. Hence the growing importance of competition law, which both prescribes and regulates this freedom in the various markets. This handbook is intended to present, in a synthetic way, the different rules of national and Community law which today make up this competition law.



Marie-Anne Frison-Roche, Marie-Stéphane Payet, Droit de la Concurrence (ed.2), Marie-Anne FRISON-ROCHE and Marie-Stéphane PAYET, November 2020, Concurrences N° 4-2020, Art. N° 102277

Publisher Dalloz

Date 10 July 2020

Number of pages 464

ISBN 9782247080458

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