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Digital Market Act: The French Parliament publishes a very critical information report on the Digital Market Act which approves the project in its objectives and its broad outlines, but bluntly underlines the numerous weaknesses, confusions and inconsistencies of the text

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Along with the Green Deal (see above), the DMA project is undoubtedly the most debated topic in the competition community at the moment, despite (or thanks to?) the fact that it is not really a competition topic. This journal has already reported on it extensively, notably in its issue 3-2021, which devotes a dossier and several articles to it. The European and national institutions are not to be outdone. After the report of the Portuguese Presidency of the European Council and that of the European Parliament's Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection, reviewed by us in issue 3-2021 (p. 80-81), it is now the turn of the

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Michel Debroux, Digital Market Act: The French Parliament publishes a very critical information report on the Digital Market Act which approves the project in its objectives and its broad outlines, but bluntly underlines the numerous weaknesses, confusions and inconsistencies of the text, 8 September 2021, Concurrences N° 4-2021, Art. N° 103301, p. 64

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