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Le droit français de la transparence et des pratiques restrictives de concurrence

Abstract : Inside the Book IV about "Pricing freedom and competition", the french commercial Code includes a Title IV made of curious provisions among which, in particular, whose applicable between professionals suppliers and distributors. These provisions relative to the "transparency" (general conditions of sale, agreement of marketing, invoice...) and to "restrictive competitive practices" (resale at a loss, imposed minimum prices, excessive practices...) are complex, contradictory, in perpetual change and, most often, without equivalence in the law of the other countries. The juridical analysis of these provisions and the demonstration of their perverse economic effects lead to propose their abolition ; as far as other legal rules are more effective : general criminal law, law of the anti-competitive practices, common law of contracts, law of civil liability and, more specially, the theory of the unfair competition.
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Submitted on : Saturday, April 6, 2019 - 5:42:41 PM
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Marielle Martin. Le droit français de la transparence et des pratiques restrictives de concurrence. Presses universitaires d'Aix-Marseille, 480 p., 2012, Coll. de l'Institut de Droit des Affaires, 978-2-7314-0847-8. ⟨hal-02091937⟩



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