HUAIDE MA/ TH. DESTAILLEUR, THE NEW LEGAL STATUS OF RAILWAY COMPANIES IN EUROPE AND IN CHINA

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THE NEW LEGAL STATUS OF RAILWAY COMPANIES IN EUROPE AND IN CHINA


Section I of the paper is written by HUAIDE MA, Public Law Professor/
Vice President of China University of Political Science and Law

Section II of the paper is written by THOMAS DESTAILLEUR,
Phd Candidate in Public Law, University of Valenciennes, France

There are similarities in the evolution of the Chinese railway system and the European one respectively since, in both cases, the starting point was a national public monopoly, which is progressively open to competition. European Law is at a more advanced stage of this process, but it still faces issues that the Chinese system is now addressing, like regulation of the network's utilization and determination of prices.

Il y a des similarités entre l'évolution du système ferroviaire de la Chine et celle de l'Europe respectivement puisque, dans tous les deux cas, le point de départ était un monopole public national, qui est progressivement ouvert à la concurrence. Le droit européen se trouve à un stade plus avancé de ce processus, mais il fait toujours face à des problèmes que le système chinois aborde actuellement, tels que la réglementation de l'utilisation du réseau et la détermination des prix.

[Paper prepared in the framework of the Workshop on "The New Legal Status of Railway Companies in Europe and in China", chaired by Jean-Bernard Auby, Professor at Sciences Po Paris and Director of the Chair "Mutations de l'Action Publique et du Droit Public" and Li Zhang, Professor at the Research Center for Government by Law, China University of Political Science and Law. The Workshop took place on September 12, 2015, in the context of the EGPL Annual Reunion on the theme "The New European Economic Governance" (September 11-13, 2015, Spetses, Greece).]