The EU General Court dismisses as inadmissible the action brought by a retail undertaking against the Commission’s decision approving aid granted by Germany to compensate for losses suffered as a result of lockdown during the COVID-19 crisis (Breuninger)

The General Court dismisses as inadmissible the action brought by the retail undertaking Breuninger against the Commission’s decision approving aid granted by Germany to compensate for losses suffered as a result of lockdown during the COVID-19 crisis* Breuninger erred in taking the view that it was excluded from the aid scheme as notified, as a result of which it has no interest in having the Commission decision annulled On 21 May 2021, Germany notified the European Commission of an aid scheme in the form of temporary economic support for companies whose activities had been suspended due to the measures taken by the Federal State and the Länder to deal with the outbreak on its territory in the context of the COVID-19 crisis (‘the Federal Compensation Scheme’). Under this federal

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European Commission, The EU General Court dismisses as inadmissible the action brought by a retail undertaking against the Commission’s decision approving aid granted by Germany to compensate for losses suffered as a result of lockdown during the COVID-19 crisis (Breuninger), 21 December 2022, e-Competitions December 2022, Art. N° 110227

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