The EU Court of Justice rules that a Member State could not request reimbursement of an aid that had been granted to an undertaking in compliance with the General Block Exemption Regulation (Nerea)

In Short The Situation: On July 6, 2017, the European Court of Justice ruled that a Member State could not request reimbursement of aid that had been granted to an undertaking in compliance with the General Block Exemption Regulation solely because that undertaking later became the subject of collective insolvency proceedings. The Result: This ruling clarifies the concepts of "undertaking in difficulty" and "collective insolvency proceedings" and their interplay with the old General Block Exemption Regulation. Looking Ahead: This judgment has important practical consequences for future cases under the new General Block Exemption Regulation. The notion of "undertaking in difficulty" is a key element in State aid law because

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Philipp Werner, The EU Court of Justice rules that a Member State could not request reimbursement of an aid that had been granted to an undertaking in compliance with the General Block Exemption Regulation (Nerea), 6 July 2017, e-Competitions Bulletin July 2017, Art. N° 84443

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