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The EU Court of Justice rejects the appeal of the Commission in a State aid case granted in favor of a subsidiary of the French postal services incumbent (Sytraval / Brink’s)

"Comment on the Judgment of the Court of 2 April 1998, Case C-367/95 P: Commission of the European Communities and French Republic v Chambre syndicale nationale des entreprises de transport de fonds et valeurs (Sytraval) and Brink’s France SARL"*1. The Background With judgment of 28 September 1995 the Court of First Instance (CFI) annulled a Commission decision to reject the applicant’s request to declare that the French Government has infringed Art 92 and 93 of the Treaty by granting aid to Sécuripost. On 2 April 1998 the European Court of Justice (ECJ) rejected an appeal of the Commission against this judgment. a. The Facts In 1987 the French Post Office entrusted to its newly created subsidiary company Sécuripost SA the transportation of money and valuables, which it had previously

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  • European Commission - DG COMP (Brussels)

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Ansgar Held, The EU Court of Justice rejects the appeal of the Commission in a State aid case granted in favor of a subsidiary of the French postal services incumbent (Sytraval / Brink’s), 2 April 1998, e-Competitions April 1998, Art. N° 39473

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