Basic Principles Of European And French Competition Law

In Europe like in the US, competition is subject to competition law, which protects the economic system, but also the interests of society, companies and consumers. European and French competition law is characterized by the existence of norms that either order or prohibit specific action for the purpose of ensuring market discipline and bind all participants in the market (e.g.: prevention of unfair competition.)

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What are the basic principles of European competition law?
What are the basic principles of French competition law?
What does the French Competition Council do?


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